Can you be in more than one project on Wikitree?

+14 votes

Let me tell you what I'm talking about exactly. I'm on the US Presidents project. And also, at the same time I want to be in the Sourcerers Challenge where you add sources to profiles that don't have any. Can I do both projects at the same time is my question.

in Policy and Style by Ashton Carter G2G Crew (550 points)

3 Answers

+12 votes
Ashton, we have many WikiTreer's in multiple projects.

Just review their requirements and process for joining and then jump in and start slogging away.
by Michael Stills G2G6 Pilot (476k points)
Also, thanks for joining WikiTree and getting involved.  It is good to see such interest.
+5 votes
Ashton, Yes, you can belong to more than one project.  For example, someone who is interested in the Puritan Great Migration project may also want to belong to another project because an ancestor migrated West on a wagon train.  The problem is that you may feel that you are not able to give enough time to a project.

Remember, you don't have to belong to a project to contribute to the profile of a person who fits in the project.  I find that it is probably best to join only project when you are willing to spend time on the project.
by Vic Watt G2G6 Pilot (336k points)
0 votes

I am involved with at least 3 myself, Profile Improvement, 1776, and one I am helping to try and start Amateur Radio License Holders

by Dale Byers G2G Astronaut (1.6m points)

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