Difficulty with probably an easy solution
I have a situation in my tree where my research conclusions are fairly important to pass along as to why I am linking a particular parent or next generation. Am I supposed to enter my research conclusions from the past 20 years of off/on research on the family in NOTES in a particular way so that those viewing can understand my reasoning - and forgive me if it is determined my reasoning is shown to be incorrect? OR do I just not enter my best guess as to family relation and store it another 20 years on a local tree database where it may never be found. Unfortunately - not knowing the history of the locality better - this is the best research conclusion I can make at this time. I try to educate myself on the localities as best I can - but I still may come to an incorrect conclusion.
I know the Tree presents me with the opportunity to give a reason for attachment of a record to a person during that attachment process. But if I don't enter my reasoning is there a way to go back and edit that reason and also state 'this record plus this record plus to the best of my research capability' leads me to this relationship conclusion - it may be likely but may not be correct.
@Julia Szent-Györgyi Thank you. Yes I cannot recall the location/method to edit the reasons statements - I'll have to fiddle around and locate it again I guess. But I just need to be sure I explain my reasoning so those that follow can understand - because unless they look at this record, and this assumption, etc, etc they won't know why I attached the person/relationship in the Tree.