The title of the page linked in the question is "Data Error 544 Wikidata - Possible Mother on Wikidata".
The first line on the page is "Description of Hint - 544: Wikidata - Possible Mother on Wikidata".
The first paragraph includes a sentence that says "This suggestion indicates …", followed by a sentence that says "There is also a possibility of some error …".
Farther down, under a subheading "Action Steps", the paragraph starts "There are 2 possibilities of an error."
Below that is a subheading "Hint Status" that says "For each Hint you can …" but the next paragraph says "If there are related errors …". The section ends with a link to "Status Help Page", but that page is titled "Error status Help Page" and uses the word "error" several times, but the word "hint" does not appear anywhere on that page, nor is the word "suggestion" anywhere on that page.
I am confused by words like "error", "hint", and "suggestion" seeming to be interchangeable, without any clear distinction between them. I think it would help greatly if there were a clear indication of the difference between the meanings of these three words, as they are used on WikiTree, as well as consistency in how the specific items are identified, both in the help pages and in discussions about them.