edited September 28, 2020 in Suggest an Idea
Gordon Collett said: Do you have a specific example of where you are seeing this?0
Tom Huber said: Welcome to the community forum for FamilySearch. FamilySearch personnel read each of the discussion threads and may or may not respond as their time permits. We patrons who have varying levels of experience and knowledge do our best to help each other with issues, concerns, and questions.
In a situation like yours, we (and FS personnel) need more information. A good way to demonstrate any issue is to capture a screen shot and post it when you initially open the discussion, or in a response. A comment to an existing response does not provide that option, but a new response does -- there is a little "Add Image" icon in the lower right corner of the response ("Reply to") field.0
katrina Meyrick said: I clicked on to the pedigree and that is how I discovered incorrect information0
katrina Meyrick said: Hi
I removed the information this afternoon as I was working on my research for another ancestor from the same family. I just thought that it needed to be highlighted for future reference. if I find any further incorrect information relating to my family tree I will take a screenshot and forward it to you.
Tom Huber said: There is/was a recent discussion on birth/christening/baptism information and death/burial information, where one exists and another does not.
As I recall, I don't think any consensus was reached with regard to any suggestion the site designers could work with, other than, perhaps, display the birth or, if not present, the Christening (Baptism?) information on the pedigree or person's card when selected. The same applied to death vs. burial information.
So your comments were very much important adds to the previous discussion thread.
One of the things about this forum is that this is a good place to bring up any concerns, issues, or questions. You may not get a response from a FamilySearch person (their time is limited for forum responses), but we patrons appreciate the opportunity to chime in with our 2-cents' worth.0
I have also discovered incorrect information during my search on this site. Who do I talk to to get it corrected?