Have a look in a file called "comm.log" (open with 'notepad') in the "sync" directory of the treename (project) that you have updated (found in "tools>options>general>project directory"). It takes a bit of interpretation, but it does list most of the changes.
The front page of an online family tree very briefly lists each contribution.
Usually this includes only the first four names of persons who were edited. E.g. "Family Member updated details of Person One, Person Two, Person Three, Person Four and XX other people in the FAMILY TREE. "
While this is helpful, it is terribly incomplete. On large sites with many editors it is very insufficient.
Can we please have a detailed change log. That is, a page where Site Mangers can see a full list of everyone of the changes that are made on any given day. Where the XX other people are also listed.
A listing as described above would be a very good addition to the online site and would be much appreciated. Even better would be a description of the actual change that was made - if this is also possilbe.
We are aware that the Forums are a bit lack-luster, however they are at the moment relativly low in public useage.
As of now, we do not have any definitive plans to expand of change the forums. That is not to say that we might change it in the future, and hopefully we will find the time and reason to redo the forums.
So are the USA's passenger trains. Under-utilized routes were systematicaly eleminated, and guess what the eventual result was? Nobody travels by rail anymore (except VIPs commuting to NYC from Long Island or from Boston to Washington, DC).