Documents entered on tree from Family Search libraries cannot be viewed at home.
There are at least two instances when a document entered on an ancestor cannot be viewed at home. 1. A LDS member and I share a common ancestor. When the LDS member attaches a document to that ancestor, I am unable to view that document from my home. I am instructed to visit the local family history center, which has been closed since the covid pandemic. 2. I was a regular visitor to my local family history center prior to the pandemic. When I found a document on an ancestor, and attached it to that ancestor's profile, I had great difficulty in viewing that document at home. In collaboration with other Family Search members, we found it better to take a screen shot of the document and send it to our home computer. We then were able to attach it to the "Memories" section of the ancestor. I know that proprietory entities in Poland, have rights to limit access to those records. But once a Family Search member finds a "single" document and attaches it to a common ancestor, are non-LDS members prohibited from viewing that single document?? The LDS member who shares a common ancestor with me is very willing to collaborate and we have shared common information. It just seems strange that LDS members can see my ancestor profile and documemts but I cannot see their documents.