Yes, use the "Search > Genealogies > Submit Tree" button and that page
shows "My Uploaded Files" from the past at the bottom.
You can use the dustbin icon to the right to "Delete your uploaded tree".
Then use the red "Add GEDCOM" button to upload a new tree file.
Or it seems you can keep as many Gedcom tree files as you like.
BUT for all that to work you must "Sign In" to your Free Account using the same
credentials as in 2011.
[mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of
Sent: 10 May 2017 19:40
Subject: Re: [FHU] Integration to FamilySearch Tree
I managed to find one small tree submission I have upload to FamilySearch in 2011.
It is of course outdated. Do you know how can I update my previous submission?
I could not find the "My Uploaded Files"... Is it hidden somewhere?
On Wed, May 10, 2017 at 11:05 AM, Beryl & Mike Tate <post(a)tatewise.co.uk>
Trevor, I appear to have it working ~ just needed a bit of patience,
and intuitive search filters.
I logged in to my free account.
I used "Search > Genealogies > Submit Tree" button at the bottom, and
then the big red "Add GEDCOM" button.
As you said previously, I did NOT need to use the blue "Compare" button.
BTW: That page also lists "My Uploaded Files" from the past, and
offers "Download your original GEDCOM" on the right of each one.
After 30 minutes, returned to previous "Search Genealogies" page and
entered known "Deceased Ancestor's Name".
At the bottom from "All" drop list selected "Pedigree Resource File"
and clicked blue "Search" button alongside.
That listed the person, and clicking their Name displayed a Tree of
the original Gedcom.
It will NOT find living people, and ticking exact boxes may exclude
people even when their Names match exactly!
(This may be due to the person having Alternate Names defined.)
Can you now repeat that success with your Gedcom and Tree?