contributing info to trees

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I occasionally receive wikitree feeds in my email.  As my usual method of research (before I found this site) was to start with most recent person and work backward, I landed on a tree that's managed by a few people, but not the person listed as the updater.  As I have a couple of generations I can contribute to this tree, who would I send the info to-  the person listed in my email as 'edited biography,' or someone who's managing the tree?
in Policy and Style by C. A. Sheckels G2G1 (1.5k points)
good question C.A.! Thanks for asking it.

2 Answers

+4 votes
Best answer
In a few cases, I have added parents or children to a profile where I had information.  If it doesn't directly relate to me, I create the profile, properly source it, and then remove myself as profile manager.

Then the person who's tree it is can then take over the profile.
by Craig Albrechtson G2G6 Mach 8 (84.8k points)
selected by Brett Rutherford
+5 votes
Hi C. A.

WikiTree is all about collaboration. If the profile(s) is/are open you can add their ancestors yourself as Craig says. Otherwise you can send the info to the PM.
by Rubén Hernández G2G6 Pilot (672k points)
Thank you!!

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