Looking for advice on how best to handle.
(Redundant may not be the best choice of words)
I often run into hints in Ancestry for events or facts that I have previously posted to RM before I started using TreeShare. I found the information in other sources (Family Search, Google, and sometimes Ancestry, etc.) before I created a new tree in Ancestry and started using Tree Share. Ancestry will show the hint, and but I already have the data in my RM tree. My preference would be to kill the hint in Ancestry and let the data flow to my Ancestry tree through Tree Share.
I'm reluctant to just reject the hint because it is valid. However, if I mark it as "undecided" or "ignore", it does not clear the hint in RM. If I accept it, a duplication of data appears in Tree Share, which requires a good bit of effort to check out and resolve the overlap.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.