Keeping track of Merge proposals [closed]

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I have been making a number of merge proposals. These usually involve dates before 1800, so one or both of the profile managers is a project, and one of the profiles may be project protected.

Then, usually (and unfortunately), nothing happens.

Is there a way I can track merges I have proposed or requested? Can I get updates on the status of a merge? How can I tell if the 30-day clock is running?

It would be nice to get merge status reported in my feed.

Thank you,

Keith
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in WikiTree Help by Keith Meintjes G2G1 (2.0k points)
retagged by Steven Harris
When a merge is completed or delayed due to change to unmerged match status, you will get an email about the new status.  Ros gave you the way to check on your own proposed merges.  Also, realize that the Last Updated date is NOT the date it was proposed because something else could have been done that would change that date.  You would have to go into one of the profiles to determine the date the match was proposed.

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Go to the dropdown menu on the right called 'Find' and scroll down to 'Pending Merges. You will see several options, including 'Pending Merges Initiated By Me'.
by Ros Haywood G2G Astronaut (1.2m points)
selected by Kevin Conroy
This should be put in the Help pages. I did not see it there.  Thank you for the reply - exactly what I was looking for.

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