Quick question to poll readers on best practice regarding hints associated with wrong person, but assigned to a relative?
Example, principle person has hints, from say Ancestry, associated to my principle subject, but hint is for a spouse, sibling, child, etc. and not specifically for my subject person.
If the hint subject is say a child, and the hint is associated with the parent instead, should the fact, source, media etc. be loaded to the child, or added to the parent? (the former is gets awkward......).
Why does A.com assign hints to persons other than the subject of the hint?? (exceptions might be marriages and family facts)
I've been running into a lot of these lately.
Any ideas on this appreciated.