Thanks Magnus. This is an excellent idea. I have 2 ancestors , both male , I track duplicates , errors , and how they all connect. I've been sitting here trying to figure out priorities. For example. One man , I added his children in the bio until I searched for profiles already on wikitree. I found 1 of his daughters with two profiles under two different marriages. So I purposed the merge. One manager approved the other did not. So I completed the merge. I do not manage the profile. So then comes the questions for me. One source I cannot access the other source is incorrect but the source I have to attach her to her father has a long line of people with dates that work together. So the merge has to be done but then The manager does seem to be interested in the work , I'm willing to do the work but the merge has added more family to the tree. The result is the above mentioned errors. So I am torn as to whether doing the merge first was best or attaching both her profiles to the parents and documenting that the merge was on hold. The order of the work The whole lines down from the Two men I'm working on need alot of work all around. I don't know how I would put together a free space page saying that these are the myths in these lines. That there are such and such conflicting sources or problematic people who don't exist. I have literally plastered some profiles with questions that don't get answered by managers. But I hesitate to edit to match my sources on profiles managed by other. Not complaining , but I don't know how I could work down a line with this stuff. I can find duplicates well. Find sources , other than trees , most of the time. But I can't format or add links or any of the cool stuff. I'd like to put it all down somewhere , where if someone wanted to they could add it to profiles. But it would be alot of info and I don't know if a free space page is designed for that. I will use your idea for a research notes space. Thank you for putting the example there.