I’ve written before about the Misbach, colorful fan-charts that can be printed for your FamilySearch.org Family Tree pedigree (below left). Now you can do the same thing from within Family Tree (below right). The Misbach 9-generation chart is slightly more utilitarian and nicer looking by using a greater number of shades of each color to highlight 16 family branches compared to FamilySearch’s 7-generation, four-branch version. But the FamilySearch chart wins for convenience.
To produce the FamilySearch chart, click on the printer icon above and to the left of the chart. Or from the Person page, click on Fan Chart in the print section on the right-hand side of the page. It may take a moment or two for FamilySearch.org to create the PDF file, which can then be printed or supplied to a business that prints large charts.
Family Tree has the ability to reorder sources on the Person page. Hover over a source and arrows appear to the right of the source. Click on an arrow to move the source up or down.
To provide feedback to FamilySearch, scroll down to the bottom of a page and click on Feedback.
Select Suggestion, Compliment, or Problem. This should not be used to report misindexed names.