How long will the New Discovery Page and the Detail Person page co-exist?
On KLST-QQQ person page, L1R5-5CH has a birth date in 1884. In the KLST-QQQ New Discovery Page, L1R5-5CH has birth date of 1925. I changed the date from 1925 to 1884 about 30 minutes before I looked ant the New Discovery Page.
Is that the expected behavior now?
The Discovery pages are updated every 2 weeks or so. See https://www.familysearch.org/blog/en/ancestor-discovery-page/
The main Family Tree updates almost immediately.2
I devoutly hope that the detail page never goes away, as that would make it impossible to actually do anything in Family Tree. (I have absolutely no objection to the "discovery" page going away.)
But I think that "co-exist" is actually not the word you were meaning to use. Based on the details, I think you meant to ask "how long before the pages coordinate" or "synchronize". Having only looked at discovery pages long enough to figure out that they are utterly useless to me, I don't know the answer to that.1
Nope. I asked the question I meant to ask.0
I could not find the 2 weeks or so timeframe in that blog article. Can you tell me how to navigate to it?0
Doug, sorry. The 2 week timeframe is a bit hard to find because it’s buried in the comments section. It would be wonderful to have more specific information about what the Discovery pages are, and more importantly what they are not.
Responses to the comments explain that the Discovery Pages are not intended to replace the current person details page, and they refresh approximately every 2 weeks. While I find them interesting, for some ancestors the discovery page might give users who do not sign into to see the full details page a very incomplete profile. For example, one of my ancestors had a colorful life, including 5 (possibly 6) husbands. Only her 1st & last show on her Discovery page.0
How did you know about this thread so fast?
Can we find out who is Amy Archibald?
What Amy says: Is not clear. The 3rd sentence doesn't say in what direction.
Comments on a blog post is hardly an avenue for providing an official statements.1