These reports provide information on topics related to the whole family. There are 15 types of report:
- Marriage list
- Phonetic surnames
- Parentage list
- Distinctive people
- To do list
- Multimedia list
- People list
This report creates a summary of all marriages in your family tree and can optionally include a list of the couple's children.
This report creates a summary of surnames in the family tree and how frequently they occur grouped by gender, and the earliest and most recent use of the surname.
This report creates a summary of surnames in the family tree and their associated Soundex, Double metaphone and Metaphone 3 representations.
This report creates a summary of the parentage for all individuals in the family tree.
This report creates a calendar for the current year which optionally includes birthdays and marriage anniversaries of living people. You can choose the calendar used in the chart and choose to produce a calendar for the current year or any year in the future.
This report creates a list of all known birthdays within your family tree. You can optionally include only living people.
This report creates a list of people who are distinctive. Options include:
people with more than 4 children
children who died under the age of 10
people who died over age 80
parents under age 18
parents over age 40
people married under age 18
people married over age 40
people with more than 2 spouses
people born on the same day as a sibling.
To do list
This report creates a list of all tasks you have added to your family tree.
This report creates a list of all images in your family tree and what they are linked to.
This report creates a list of all places in your family tree along with details of which events occurred at that place and when they occurred. You can optionally sort the report by place name or frequency of occurrence.
This report creates a detailed summary of all sources of information in your family tree along with a list of where each sources is cited.
This report creates a summary of all notes linked to facts in the family tree.
This report creates a list of all people in your family tree and optionally includes the person's photo and a summary of their birth, first marriage and death. You can optionally sort the list.
This report provides possible discrepancies in the data recorded in your family tree for example people who died married they were born. You can optionally include the following sections:
people born after they died
people whose age is too large (greater than the maximum living age setting)
living people who may now be deceased (determines if living people should be marked as deceased based on the maximum living age setting and event dates of each person and their relatives)
parents born before having children
mothers who died before having children
children born before their mother's birth
children born after their mother's death
mothers who bore children too young
mothers who bore children too old
people with duplicately named children (looks for identical/similar names using soundex)
ancestral loops (detects impossible relationship loops for example where a person is their father's mother's father)
people with no parents
people with only one parent
people with more than 2 natural parents
people much older than their spouse
people married very young
people who married very old
people with events before their birth
people with events after their death
people with deceased events before their death.
This report creates a timeline of all the events in family. You can control the number of decades which are exported and sort the events in chronological or reverse chronological order.