There are 2 reports that you can run from here, Colour BMD Report and Colour Census Report.
For both reports, there are filters so that you can search each type of ancestor separately, or in any combination.
There is a also a surname filter search box, which will then just show those surnames.
Its worth remembering that the 5 Relationship Type filters also work when searching by surname.
The Colour BMD Report
For each person in the report, FTAnalyzer visually shows you using colour, the status of the BMD facts.
The colours and their meanings are
|Red||The fact has an Unknown Date|
|Green||The fact has an Exact date|
|Orange||The fact has a wide date range|
|Light Green||The fact has an Approximate date|
|Yellow||The fact has a narrow date range|
|Peach||No Marriage fact has been recorded|
|Light Blue||No Partner but a marriage has been recorded|
|Dark Blue||Has a partner but no Marriage fact|
|Dark Grey||No facts recorded|
The Colour Census Report
For each person in the report, FTAnalyzer visually shows you using colour, the status of the Census and Lost Cousins facts.
The colours have tooltips which are available when you hover over a colour but are basically :
|Red||No Census information recorded|
|Green||Census information recorded|
|orange||Lost Cousins fact has been recorded but no census information recorded|
|Dark Grey||Not Alive in that year or outside of the UK|
|Yellow||Census information recorded but No Lost Cousins Fact recorded|
The report should make it easy at a glance to see who you have entered but not yet found on a census and who has been found but not yet tagged as entered onto Lost Cousins website.
In the example below on the 2nd line, you can see that censuses for 1881 through to 1911 have been entered, but a Lost Cousins Fact has not been recorded for 1881 and therefore shows as yellow. The green box for 1911 however means that the census data and a Lost Cousins Fact has been entered.