With all these changes coming almost at once, I am getting the impression that we are being pushed to just accept anything that is listed in the images and never question whether it is right or not and never bother to try to edit anything. We should all become clickologists because "big brother"/Ancestry knows best.
I would like to pose a couple of questions
I wonder about the median age of the programmers/supervisors/persons in authority in are employed by Ancestry.
I wonder about the median age of those of use who are serious researchers/genealogists(albeit amateurs) who subscribe to Ancestry.
I would posit that the median age answer to the first question is:between 25 and 50
I would posit that the median age answer to the 2nd question is: between 50 and 90.
And I think therein lies the problem-on the one hand-younger folks embrace all the newest technology and on the other hand we older folks like to wait awhile.
So-anyone chime in???