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Getting feedback for your published FTB tree online
Lars Brink Christensen
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I know that you are working on the 2-way-sync with the myheritage.com website and the FTB software and I'm really looking forward to seeing how that will work.

Thinking more about the way I want to manage my tree it strikes me that the functionality that I'm really looking for is the possibility for visitors to give me feedback about misssing or wrong data on the family tree more than having them edit the data I would like to have an e-mail with the suggestion and/or an interface to merge the suggested changes into my family tree.

Lars Brink Christensen
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RE: Getting feedback for your published FTB tree online
Noam
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Hi Lars,

 

I just had another user suggest the same thing the other day.

It does seem like a usefully feature. I will forward your request to our Developers.  

 

Regards,

Noam \ MyHeritage Team 

Noam
Israel
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RE: Getting feedback for your published FTB tree online [2]
Harry du Mez
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Features like "Report a mistake" and "Submit additional info"  would be very welcome indeed.

It is rather embarrassing when people pass away without you being notified about that and  then getting their birthdays announced.

Furthermore a simple link "Contact site manager" is hard to find. On sites you're not a member of, it's in the top left menu of the homepage. But on  the site you belong to, you must find the profile of the manager first. (or am I missing something?)

Harry du Mez

Rotterdam, Netherlands.

 

Harry du Mez
Netherlands
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RE: Getting feedback for your published FTB tree online [3]
Rhianna W
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Hi Harry,

Good suggestions indeed.

In regards to "Contact Webmaster", by default the welcome message in any family site gives the name of the family site manager and also a link to contact that person. 

You can also roll your mouse over the person's name to view the "call out" (that little window that pops up for people's names) and use the "contact" link there.

 

Cheers,

Jaiel

Rhianna W
Tel Aviv, Israel
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