In my role as a G2G Moderator, I've been noticing a bit of an uptick in the number of questions, answers, and comments that are being hidden by the person who created them.
In many instances, it looks like the hidden contribution was perfectly valid and appropriate, and not a duplicate, and it appears to have been hidden because the matter was resolved. Please don't do that -- now that you have an answer to your question (or perhaps you see that someone else provided a more complete answer than you offered), the matter may be resolved for you, but most of these topics can be expected to arise again, and your question, answer, or comment could be exactly what another person needs to see.
Do hide your contribution if it's a duplicate, or accidentally posted in the wrong place -- or if upon rereading it, you conclude that your remark was offensive, or otherwise inappropriate for Wikitree. But don't hide items that could be helpful to others. We have new members every day, and the things we've learned from one another may help a new member get engaged more quickly and efficiently.