What do others users find is the best way to add a reason statement when changing Death details?
As most users will know, the only detail in the Vitals section we can't actually "Delete" involves an individual's Death. I am interested in how other users go about changing incorrect inputs, given there is no Delete option (after clicking on "Edit"), during which process a reason statement can be made (in removing data concerning the other Vitals).
If one simply removes the existing inputs (by blanking out or overwriting) there is no provision (as with the other vitals) to add a reason statement, which is then carried over to the Change Log.
I can see there are two alternatives that can be used:
(1) Enter a reason statement, "Save" then go back immediately and delete it (i.e. before making any new inputs).
(2) After, removing the existing data, input the "correct" detail, then add and retain a reason statement that covers the whole exercise (i.e. reason for removing the now "invisible" data, together with reason why you believe your revised data inputs are correct).
I have never seen this issue discussed on this forum and am interested in how other users "get around" the problems created by not being able to directly delete incorrect Death inputs.
Here is an illustration of the process. The alternative to deleting the reason statement altogether (after removing the incorrect data would) be to slightly amend the wording to, "Removed existing detail as found to be incorrect (i.e., no 1808 Bishopwearmouth death)."