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How to import, create, share, and work with pedigrees
How do I import pedigrees from other Everbreed users?
Everbreed makes sharing and transferring pedigrees easy. If you are selling a rabbit to another Everbreed user the pedigree will automatically transfer if you enter the other user’s email. You can learn how to do that HERE. Rabbits can also be imported from a link. The link can be found on the printed pedigree of PDF if the original owner has not shared the link. Obtaining the link Original owner shares Pedigre
How do I import a pedigree from Evans?
Everbreed can import pedigrees from Evans. The pedigree file must be exported from a recent version of Evans. It is easiest to import a pedigree if you already have a breeder Profile for the rabbit. Importing a pedigree from Evans has to be done in the web version. Select “Breeders” from the menu on the left and open the Breeder’s Profile. Click the “Pedigre
How do I import pedigrees manually (from a paper or pdf pedigree)
So you have a pedigree you want to import into Everbreed? Great! First, note that if this pedigree comes from Evans software in an htm file, or if it's from another Everbreed user (either printed, pdf, or as an Everbreed link), you can import it automatically. See these articles for help: Import pedigrees from Evans Software [Import pedigrees from other Everbreed users](https://support.everbreed.com/en/article/how-do-i-import-pedi
Printing and Sharing Pedigrees
Everbreed makes printing and sharing pedigrees simple. Your pedigrees can be viewed and shared, from anywhere, in just seconds. First, select a Breeder or kit. Breeders will have a Pedigree tab along the top of the page and kits will have a Pedigree tab within the ellipses(...) menu on their tile. In the web version, your pedigree options will be along the top. You can find these same options in the mobile version with the ellipses in the top right. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/
Pedigree Customization, Options, and Settings
There are many ways to customize your pedigree, including adding your rabbitry information, changing the colors, selecting which information shows on each pedigree card, and more. First, select a Breeder or kit. Breeders will have a Pedigree tab along the top of the page and kits will have a Pedigree tab
How do I add my rabbitry information and logo to pedigrees?
You can add your rabbitry Information (such as the rabbitry name, address, and phone number) to your pedigree by entering it on the main Settings page. Once added here, it will apply to all of your pedigrees.This helps customize and personalize your rabbit business. Web Version Enter into the Settings page located in the menu when you click the profile icon in the upper right. Select “Rab
How do I change the number of generations on a Pedigree?
Pedigrees can be customized to show 1-8 generations. This is helpful when you want to know the history behind a rabbit. Paper printing of pedigrees is kept to 4 generations only. Web Version Open a Breeder Profile and select “Pedigree” from the menu at the top. Then click “Pedigree Settings”. At the top, click “Content”. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/65fa9a92270ab40
How do I add Show Notes to my rabbit's Pedigree?
Everbreed allows you to add show notes and winnings to pedigrees. This way the rabbit’s show history is always attached and can easily be shared. Show notes have to be added from the browser. Adding Show Notes to a rabbit’s Pedigree Select “Breeders” from the menu on the left and open the Breeder’s profile that you would like to add show notes to. Click “Pedigree” from the menu at the top. On the rabbit’s card, there is a grey slider to turn on show notes. Click this slider to t
How do I copy Pedigree data from another rabbit?
If you have rabbits who share the same lineage you can copy pedigree data instead of reentering each rabbit. This can be done for an entire line, both lines, or at an individual level. Here are the steps to copy a pedigree or individual rabbit. Note that when you do this, the pedigree information will be replaced with the new data. And the old data will no longer be recoverable, so please ensure you are on the right profile when copying the data. Entire Line or Lines Web Version
My Pedigree was not received with a rabbit transfer
If you have sent a pedigree to someone, and it wasn't received, or appears missing from a profile, here are a few things to check: Make sure the recipient's email address is correct. Make sure the recipient has checked their spam folder. If the rabbits has been marked as sold, you can find it in on the Breeders list if you click to Filter by Sold rabbits (https://app.everbreed.com/#!/breeders/sold). If you tried to transfer the rabbit using