Confusing Knowledge Article
I could not find a way to give feed back on the article, https://www.familysearch.org/en/help/helpcenter/article/how-do-i-correct-or-add-a-relationship-name-when-the-name-appears-on-a-different-image-of-the-record
Article Id: 20223
November 21, 2023
The name of this article is only, "How do I correct or add a relationship?" The URL adds. "-name when the name appears on a different image of the record"
I wanted to know how to edit an incorrect spouse and this was the only article I found. It took me a long time to realize the difference in the article title and the URL.
I could not even follow the first instructions, let alone how to proceed with what I wanted to do and what the title implied it would help me with. There use to be an article specifically addressing this issue but this one is way to confusing.
Start from the record details page:
- From a list of search results, click the icon that looks like a sheet of lined paper. (don't have this and not sure if you mean Research help of Search record sections)
- From a Family Tree profile, click the Sources tab, then click the link to the record that you want to edit. (not trying to edit a Source)
The rest of the article seems to be referring to editing a relationship on a source. If this is what the article is suppose to be about, the name of the article seems confusing.
The instructions may be correct when trying to edit a relationship on a source but that is not what the title indicates.