I have a large number of memories that I want to tag to myself. I recently hit the limit of 1000 tags. I see FamilySearch as the place where I want to leave my memories for my posterity. I've been able to see a lot of the world and to do a lot of adventuresome (to me) things. By saving these memories in FamilySearch, I have the best chance of saving those memories. I believe that saving memories for my descendants could open up their thinking and give them an idea of what a person can do with determination and drive. I could definitely use more than 1000 tags to my record.
Is there any way to have someone override the tag limit on an individual basis. I assume that someone with discretionary power could do that. In that event, it wouldn't need to be done for everyone, but only on an as needed basis
Um, @JulianRasmussen1, are you aware that on FamilySearch's Family Tree, profiles of living people are private to the person who entered them, and there is no mechanism in place for sharing them with anyone, at any time?
Photographs and other media ("Memories" in FS parlance) are somewhat more public, but the tags you enter pointing to living people are private to you. To the best of my knowledge, nobody else can ever see them. So if you're tagging yourself in photographs as a service to your posterity, FamilySearch is emphatically not the place to do so.
The topic here has changed completely. If I understand things correctly it has shifted from from tags on topics here in Community to the number of items that can be on any one individual's FamilyTree Memories page. It probably wasn't a good a idea to hide the new topic here instead of starting a new one.
This new topic is "I have a total of 1000 photos, documents, and audio files on the Memories page of my Family Tree profile. I want to link more items there."
To get away from the related topic of whether or not it is a good idea to do this on a living person's profile which will not become accessible to anyone besides the person who created the profile until a death date is put on it or if FamilySearch decides at some point to automatically change someone to deceased if they are over a certain age, what about the question, "Does any deceased person need more than 1000 items on a memory page?" Would anyone ever look through that many? Is it better to be selective and post only the key items?
My father once told of a time he was out with a photographer from National Geographic who had a case of film rolls with him. He asked the photographer how many photos he would take when on an assignment and was told he would take hundreds, but that only a small handful would end up being worth using. Should we be just as selective? Before uploading any photo should be ask ourselves "Does this photo really convey something about this person and this person's life that no other photo does? Or is it just another cute shot that 100 years from now no one will have any interest in?"
MY post have nothing to do with Memories, I am not sure who the Poop changed it over to their, but It mainly was about the Tag Limit on the Community! I wanted to know why their is a tag limit on here in the Community Because of bunch of My Posts, I want to add more tabs and can't .