How do I dismiss a research help that appears to be incorrect? Here's the example:
Somehow the date hasn't standardized correctly, so the program believes the christening took place in October 0003.
Click on the pencil icon alongside Christening (on the Details page) and then select the date shown at the bottom (3 October 1907). This will ensure the date is standardized correctly (to 03 October 1907) and the Data Problem message will then disappear. (Refresh the page if it does not do so immediately.)
In case you are interested, there are some birth/christening records that have just the year on one of the events and only the date and month on the other. When these are attached through the Source Linker, the day-month date gets turned into month-year. Sometimes this can be corrected while in the Source Linker but there has been an intermittent bug reported in the past that even when a place or date standardization is corrected in the Source Linker, the final result will have the place or date as entered by the user but still be linked to the automatic, incorrect standard.
For example when creating a new person in the source linker:
if I am not careful, I can get stuck with the incorrect standardized date connected to a perfectly fine appearing date of birth. It is the underlying linked standard that the computer uses for all calculations and data error checking.
This is just a matter of good proof-reading when adding any information to a person's profile.
Mod note - moved to Family Tree category https://community.familysearch.org/en/categories/family-tree