On the Wiki Genealogy feed (the one that comes in my email because I am “watching” certain surnames) I am able to click on New Genealogists and New WikiTree Activity member’s names, and the names of those they have added, without looking them up in “searches by sir names. When the profile pops up after clicking on them (in my email) I am then able to click on their “contributions”. These contributions show edits, photos, persons names they have added and so forth. How does a person, like me (when I add pictures and such) keep those persons that would not normally show up, and their pictures, private on the contributions page, when they are “private” due to still living, non members, under age, etc if a person were to “search” or look at the person’s profile that entered them and is a member? I’m not very good at explaining myself so I hope you understand what I am asking. Thank you. Cause even with the new rules coming soon, unless you don’t send these feeds out, people that have family members as their “contributions”, that will be “unsearchable” will show up on these “contribution” pages besides the pages of the member.