Access Privileges to Living Relatives ID Numbers
I don't understand why Family Search can't put access privileges in place to allow living family members to share their unique ID number for there individual account. I understand the need for privacy, but it doesn't make sense that my living family members have to add me to their tree and they each get a different ID number for me and vise versa. Only after I die my number can become public and available to them. To me, that's too late. Lets say I've been adding pictures and memories about myself in my account. Nobody can see this information until I die. I would like living relatives including my kids and grandkids to be able to read my memories and see my pictures now. Also, what if a family member would like to share a memory or share a picture about me. I have to manually add it for them. It would be nice to see who added the memory or picture. It's another way for family and relatives to get to know each other and share information.
Maybe a setting where the origin living relative (myself) can give access to specific living relatives based on their unique ID's. I'm quite certain your developers can create a safe and secure way to address this suggested enhancement. It would be like accepting a friend request on a social media platform. I'm just sharing my idea, but it 's ultimately up to you and your product manager to consider it.
I hope you'll give some consideration to allowing living people to share a living persons unique ID number with living family members.