I've been trying to encourage my sister to add her in- laws to Wiki Tree and make contributions to family members that I have already profiled. She is a "novice" WikiTree genealogist, but enthusiastic and learning the rules and procedures. She talked to a 91 yo uncle the other day and wanted to add something to his profile, but couldn't make any progress. When I went to his profile I found it was "Unlisted" privacy level, (no public information, name won't appear in search results or directories). Where did this come from? I usually make the designation Private with public biography and family tree for living relatives. If you want to encourage family members to participate, isn't this the wrong privacy level?