The FamilySearch.org Partner program, Geneanet.org, has added the feature of automatically matching all of the individuals in your Geneanet.org family tree with the Geneanet.org database.
You may not be familiar with Geneanet.org yet, but you probably will be in the very near future. Here is some background about the website:
Geneanet was launched in 1996 by genealogy enthusiasts to help family history researchers sharing their data and it was an instant success. We wanted our users to pay only if they want and that’s why we created the Premium service. Most of the website pages and features are available for free but you can take advantage of Ad-Free browsing, more effective search engine and access to additionnal records by subscribing to the Premium. Today, Geneanet is the first French genealogy website and the company has 25 employees.One interesting feature of the website is there extensive partnership with French genealogical societies and with FamilySearch.org. You can search the societies' collections including FamilySearch.org directly from the Geneanet.org website. Here's a screenshot of the list of partner programs.
Geneanet.org also has a companion program, Geneastar.org, that features genealogies of famous people.
Geneanet.org has a third website called Geneweb. This is a free open-source genealogy software program similar to a wiki.
If you have French ancestry there should be one of your most valuable resources. However, the website is growing rapidly and is becoming more internationally oriented.