How do I contact the person making changes on my family tree

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in WikiTree Help by Cindy Lawson G2G Crew (820 points)

Honor code that you signed, point one:

  1. We collaborate. When we share ancestors we work together on the same ancestor profiles.
There is no "my family tree", other than the one tree that we all share.

2 Answers

+10 votes
Best answer

To find who made changes on our shared family tree, open the Changes tab on the profile.  That will show the date and details of the changes, and who made them.  From there, you can click on the link to the member's profile and send a private message or post a comment on his or her profile.

by Herbert Tardy G2G6 Pilot (591k points)
selected by Kay Knight

Thanks for the star, Kay!  smiley

+6 votes
You can see who did it under the changes tab on the profile where the change was made.  Go to their profile (click on name of person) and send a private message (envelope icon in the middle of the page).
by Kathy Rabenstein G2G6 Pilot (257k points)

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