FamilySearch.org announced that sources for individuals in the Family Tree can now be added directly from MyHeritage.com family trees. The announcement contained the following explanation,
FamilySearch is all about helping people discover meaningful ancestral connections. For this reason, we have relationships with programs like MyHeritage, Ancestry, and FindMyPast, to provide exciting discovery experiences. Each program offers a massive resource of records, and these partnerships provide a special opportunity to collect sources from many different places and store them to your ancestors’ profile pages in FamilySearch.
Taking records from other programs requires some extra effort when toggling between websites in order to copy and paste multiple fields into FamilySearch—until now! MyHeritage now features a simple link at the bottom of their website’s page that offers to “Attach Source to FamilySearch.” That’s it! With one click, you’ve stored a new source to an ancestor in FamilySearch!Moving sources from one online family tree program to another can only be easily accomplished by the development of these kinds of links. Information I received subsequent to the announcement indicates that any register user of both programs can move sources from their MyHeritage.com family tree to the FamilySearch.org Family Tree. Presently, this is unidirectional that is from MyHeritage.com to the Family Tree. Of course, this feature will only work for those who have their family information in the Family Tree program.