<GedcomRecords>

The <GedcomRecords> option can be used to add new logical records to your family tree, prepend new record fields to existing logical records, or to hide logical records. The <Sources> option should be used to add or modify source records, and the <Media> or <Gallery> option should be used to add or modify media records. There is probably no reason to add individual records using Gigatrees5, and the non-standard GEDCOM location records can use the <Locations> option to repair coordinates. However, the <GedcomRecords> is generic so can be used to add fields to any record type. The below example includes adding new locations records and their coordinates.

Gigatrees:
<InsertRecord> This indicates the start of a new logical record.
<RecordId> [ ] An unique record id
<Tag> [ ] The GEDCOM logical record tag. This can be for a standard or non-standard record type.
<Value> [ ] The GEDCOM logical record data value, if defined.
<AddRecordField> This tag indicates the start of a new record field to prepend to an existing record.
<RecordId> [ ] The record id of the logical record to modify
<Tag> [ ] The GEDCOM record field tag. This can be for a standard or non-standard record field type.
<Value> [ ] The GEDCOm record field data value, if defined.
<HideRecords> This tag indicates the start of a hide records list.
<Ids> [ ] A semicolon-delimited list of unique record ids to exclude/hide from the family tree. This may include unused source records, unconnected individuals, etc.
Example:
<GedcomRecords>

<InsertRecord> <RecordId> L2 </RecordId> <Tag> _PLAC </Tag> <Value> London, UK </Value> </InsertRecord>
<AddRecordField> <RecordId> L2 </RecordId> <Tag> LATI </Tag> <Value> 51.5073219 </Value> </AddRecordField>
<AddRecordField> <RecordId> L2 </RecordId> <Tag> LONG </Tag> <Value> -0.1276474 </Value> </AddRecordField>

<AddRecordField> <RecordId> I2 </RecordId> <Tag> EMAIL </Tag> <Value> bob.builder@email.com </Value> </AddRecordField>

<HideRecords> <Ids> S20; S200; S2000; I1234; I1235; F1230 </Ids> </HideRecords>

</GedcomRecords>