One such example is the GEDCOM file, which can be use to store genealogical information in compatible genealogy software by copying, uploading, importing, and exporting Gedcom files into family trees. However, before uploading the file, you can email Pedigree Resource File a GEDCOM file containing the details of your case history (PRF). Then, FamilySearch users will have access to your case history, but they won’t be able to change it. You continue to have complete control over your file after it has been transfer. The file can either be remove from the pedigree resource file or change to a new one. You can transfer information and compare your GEDCOM file to the clan.