A family tree is a genealogical chart that maps lineage, usually of a particular person, as far back as records allow. It often begins with the current generation and works backwards. On the surface, family trees are interesting bits of recorded history that help us know where we came from and possibly give some clues as to where we might be headed.
Edraw family tree software for Linux has a clean and easy-to-use interface with enough handy features to help you create your family tree without any efforts. Pre-made shapes and templates save you lots of time and energy to create instead of starting from scratch.
Compatible with the most popular Linux distributions such as Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS, OpenSUSE, Mint, Knoppix, RedHat, Gentoo and More.
Free Download Family Tree Software to Create Awesome Family Tree on Linux at Ease:
Below are family tree shapes provided for you to start creating quickly. Please feel free to drag, drop and edit them to meet different demands.
Want to know how to create a family tree on Linux easily and quickly? Read below steps and create it rightly now!
Step 1. Make sure what you want to know from this family tree and how many generations you want to show on it.
Step 2. Write the family members you already know on drafts and research the history of your family.
Step 3. Start family tree creating with the help of our Linux family tree software. Run it, go to File menu > New > Organizational Chart and open a blank drawing page by double clicking the icon of Family tree.
Step 4. Step 4. Drag family tree shape and family member shapes from left libraries, then drop on the drawing page. Click Display Options under Org Chart menu to show the photo.
Step 5. Photos can not be shown in the default setting. Users can click Display Options under Org Chart menu to show the photo.
Step 6. Double click the shapes to add names and relations, then finish the typing by click any blank area on the page. Users can also replace the predefined photos to make tree more sweet by clicking Chang Photo under Org Chart.
Step 7. Go back to File menu and click Save to save the family tree as the default format .eddx. Or click Export & Send to share it with others conveniently.
Below are family tree examples created by family tree software for Linux. All the examples can be downloaded, edited and shared for free. Users who are planning to create their family trees can download these examples and get a quick start now!
My Family Tree Example
Kids Family Tree Example
Family Tree Example