Is there a way of stopping the problems caused by users having multiple accounts / identities?
Although the holding of multiple accounts appears to be encouraged (especially Public / Church ones), it does create a problem relating to identification of who is making the changes we encounter to the profiles / vitals of those IDs we are working on in Family Tree.
Okay, I know I have little idea of who "stickinthemud" (made-up name) might be when I encounter their changes, but I would like to know whether or not changes that have other names against them relate to the same individual (using a further alias).
As an example, it seems a coincidence that two or three separate users have made changes to IDs in one branch of my ancestry over a period of a couple of days. As "they" do not respond to my messages, I am at a loss to know if this involves (perhaps) multiple users working on a specific project (involving early immigrant families to New England, in this case), or just the one user perhaps deliberately trying to appear as different individuals in making these inputs.
I would be interested in the thoughts of others on what I find a troubling issue.