I don't want help from other users, I have had stuff changed and I don't know how to remove access from other users. Muy brother-in-law has changed some information and i had to go in and fix it. I dont want users changing my tree? help please. When I go to the permisson page it just give the ID number but there is not a choice to remover permission for other family members to make changes.
@Itsanewme2014, I'm afraid you've fundamentally misunderstood the nature of FamilySearch's Family Tree.
You do not have your own separate tree here. None of us do. It's a single, collaborative tree on which we all work together. The (lofty and distant) goal is to have one and only one profile for every deceased person.
The helper function allows an LDS member (let's call him Adam) to make edits to the shared tree using the account of another person (let's call him Bob; he can be either LDS or non-LDS). This means that when a third person (let's call him Chuck) comes along and looks at Adam's helper-mode edits, they'll be labeled with Bob's username, so if Chuck has a question about one of them, he'll send a message to Bob (who'll hopefully remember who the heck that is) instead of to Adam (who probably won't). Bob has to give permission for Adam to do those edits in Bob's name, but neither of them need permission from anyone to make edits anywhere in the Tree.
@Itsanewme2014 Anyone who signs in to the FamilySearch website can edit any deceased profile in the FamilySearch Family Tree. Most people make changes with the best of intentions. Sometimes there are mistakes, and we have to correct them, either in collaboration with the contributor who made the change or on our own.