Request for links to provide to another user regarding the "unified family tree"
I contacted another patron who was adding GGF/GGM with a number (for example: Sir Henry Heydon GGF15 LZPS-S81) to many profiles to indicate what generation of grandparent this profile was to this particular patron. I said:
“Hello - FamilySearch’s unified family tree differs from the tree-building experience at most other websites. Instead of concentrating efforts on privately constructing their own individual trees, FamilySearch tree builders cooperate to build a single, shared tree that helps you and others discover more about ancestors and other family members. Adding suffixes such as "GGM" "GGF" etc. in the title name fields therefore does not apply since this is a public, unified family tree. These people have thousands of living descendants and if we all put such a note, the profile would no longer be usable. Please go back and remove the suffixes as they do not apply to everyone on our shared family tree.”
He has contacted me back requesting (among other things) “1. please send me a document describing - "FamilySearch’s unified family tree " that you want to impose on others on this "shared tree". He has sent me several messages and is very unhappy with my request.
For resources so far I have:
Can anyone recommend any other sources I can share with this user regarding the shared unified tree model?