@Tam I am
Short Answer: 'NO'.
Basically, the "International Genealogical Index" (IGI) has been superseded, with what we have today "FamilySearch" (ie. firstly, through "New.FamilySearch" of "FamilySearch"; and, now, through "Family Tree" of "FamilySearch" - And, the "Temple" Database).
The IGI was basically a collaboration of the "Temple" Work that was done by Members of the Church.
Things have evolved ...
As suggested in "FamilySearch" ...
The IGI was a precursor to "FamilySearch" indexing ...
Here are a few "Knowledge Articles" in "FamilySearch" on the IGI:
What is the International Genealogical Index (IGI)?
What is the source for community indexed records in the International Genealogical Index (IGI)?
How do I search the International Genealogical Index (IGI)?
Where do I find the source information for community contributions in the International Genealogical Index (IGI)?
What does "This extracted IGI record was used to create this person" mean?
Can I find out who completed the temple ordinance for my ancestors?
That said ...
The IGI is now "Static" (ie. please excuse the pun(s), "Dead and Buried"; "as is"; "Set in concrete", so to speak) - CANNOT be "Changed".
I know this does not help; but, I hope that it puts things into perspective ...
As Brett points out - the IGI has long been frozen/suspended etc.
But your questions, begs another question. . . .do you really mean the "IGI"?
what specifically are your referrring to? are you talking about something you can still reference in the current FamilySearch - and if so where??
or are you possibly using the name "IGI" to refer to what the rest of us are calling "Family Tree"??
help us understand the background of your question??
why would you want to even edit the IGI - hardly anyone even looks at it any more . . .
the IGI in its original state hasnt been used for years - and it never claimed to be a genealogically accurate database anyway - it was just a record of the LDS ordinances that had been completed.
I believe the last two digits of the year on an IGI record were reversed. There is no birth record for the date listed. There is a birth record for the year with the digits reversed. What should I do?
Hello @kathy dolph.
If you have found the record of a person in the IGI but believe the birth year is off because of the reversal of digits, you can simply explain or make note of your claim in any document to which you are attaching the record. As noted above, there is no way to make corrections in the International Genealogical Index itself.