Private information of living people entered in by now deceased parents
My father has been diligently entering in the names and details of living relatives into Family Search. Over the years he has made a lot of connections with distant relatives that we, his children, do not yet know. Having added the details of these persons into Family Search we understand that only he can see their information - as they are private, being living people.
It will be a shame to lose all those connections when he dies. Now I appreciate that each one of his children could use his login detail and manually copy across - one by one - every single living person that he has added. Not only will this be time consuming for all the children involved but we also we risk missing some of the persons.
The other alternative is to allow his private information created for living persons to be visible to nominated individuals, or even to transfer ownership of the private information to a nominated person. I notice there is a similar newly developed function within the Church Account settings to make Gospel Library notes available to others (upon request) after you die. Hopefully a similar function can be developed for FamilySearch.