Could unlisted people be shown to p.m.s?

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Could unlisted people be shown to p.m.s? I am thinking:

1. When the p.m. to e.g. the  “SMITH GENEALOGY” himself calls for the listing AND where he is p.m. to that particular profile,

2. Where a relevant One Name Project Manager calls for the listing,

3. Where the invoker of the GENEALOGICAL LIST is a Leader

4.  Where the invoker of the GENEALOGICAL LIST is a Data doctor.

The present display is not at all helpful.
in Genealogy Help by Sir William Arbuthnot of Kittybrewster G2G6 Pilot (171k points)
retagged by Ellen Smith

1 Answer

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Sorry but ALL currently living persons (with dates of birth after 1920) are currently unlisted and the only ones that profile managers can see are those they are managing.

It is hoped that blanket rule may be relaxed sometime in the future but as it stands now, there are no exceptions.

The reason for this is to keep data private for those who are still living - including even the Notables.
by Robynne Lozier G2G6 Pilot (929k points)
I phrased my question badly. The genealogy allows the p.m. to see the smith-999 ID to be seen and from that he can see who this is. Could it be that the who is shown on the genealogical listing to the p.m. who requested it?
Robynne, I think what you say is not true. I find that when I put Arbuthnot in the find field, it throws up a list of people, many of whom are shown as Unlisted and also shown as managed by me.

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