Whether you're a couple that hasn't synced your accounts in FamilySearch, have a complex family makeup due to divorce, adoption, remarriage, etc., or are just looking to get creative with your family tree chart for a variety of reasons, this two-step import process will allow you to create one family tree chart using genealogy from two separate FamilySearch accounts. Here's how to do it.
1) Click "Import Family Names" in the top right-hand corner of the family tree maker app, or click "Import Names" in the left sidebar menu. Either will open the "Import Names" sidebar panel.
2) From here, click "Sign in to FamilySearch", and then enter the credentials for the first account you'd like to use. Once the credentials are authenticated, it will bring you back to our family tree maker app.
3) In a separate window, navigate to FamilySearch.org and sign in using the same credentials you just used. Find the FamilySearch ID for the person you would like to act as the "Father" or "Mother" in your Family Tree Prints chart.
4) Copy that ID and paste it on the appropriate line for either "Father" or "Mother" under "Option C) Provide Father and Mother IDs". This will fill in either the left- or right-hand side of your chart (leaving the center circle blank).
5) Delete the alphanumeric code you just used for either the father or the mother. (This is important, otherwise when you do the next set it will delete all the data you'd already pulled in previously!) Click "Sign Out" at the bottom of the "Import Names" sidebar panel. DO NOT CLICK "Clear All Cell Data" (unless, of course, that's what you're hoping to accomplish).
6) Repeat steps 2-4 for the second account to fill in the missing "Father" or "Mother" line.
Voila! You have a gorgeous family tree chart made with genealogy from 2 FamilySearch accounts.