Search WikiTree's help pages:

Categories: Leader Help

Sub-projects are less formal projects that fit within top-level projects. Some sub-projects may be very similar to top-level projects and have all the elements of a top-level project.

Project pages for sub-projects indicate the top-level project they fall under. They will also appear nested under other projects on the projects list. For example, Anzacs is a sub-project of the Australia Project.

While sub-projects are less formal than top-level projects, if they manage profiles they do this with project accounts and project boxes. Some of the project-managed profiles may be protected.

Sub-projects can have sub-projects of their own. Currently, we don't have strict hierarchies or naming standards for projects.

See Project FAQ for more about the differences between projects, sub-projects, and free-space projects.

Starting a sub-project can be simple. It only requires the support of the leader of a top-level project. See Starting a Project.

Sub-projects don't need to be led by a member with the formal Leader status. In these cases the project leader is called a Project Coordinator and the leader of the higher-level project helps with:

This page was last modified 22:03, 28 December 2017. This page has been accessed 1,233 times.