Is there proper notation for specifying certain date modifiers, like circa, before, after? For example do "c." or "ca." or "bef" convey the same information to the software as "circa" or "before"? Or does it even take modifiers into account? I'm thinking mainly in relation to smart matching, though there could be more places.
Please note, that you can add notation about different date modifiers to individuals in your family tree.
You can do so by entering your family site > family tree > open profile of any individual in your family tree, by finding his profile card in the tree > "view profile" > click on the "edit profile" link > my essentials > before the birth entering space, you can choose any of the date modifiers > save.
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I have one 1st cousin whose anniveraary shows up on the events page and another 1st cousin whose anniversary does not. What could cause this? Both their birthdays show up on the events page so the program does recognize them.
It's fixed now. I found that when I typed in the marriage dates, the anniversary did not show up under Events. However, when I used your calendar to input the dates, they magically appear. I'm not sure if that's a glitch or the way it's supposed to be.