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[[Family Group]] | [[Profile Privacy]] | [[Profile Actions]] | [[Blocked Users]] | '''Managed Profiles''' | [[Recent Activity]] | [[Notifications]] | [[Email & Password]]
 
[[Family Group]] | [[Profile Privacy]] | [[Profile Actions]] | [[Blocked Users]] | '''Managed Profiles''' | [[Recent Activity]] | [[Notifications]] | [[Email & Password]]
 
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<p>What do these settings mean?</p>
 
<p>What do these settings mean?</p>
  
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<li><strong>Who can edit?</strong></li>
 
  
<ul><li>Choose 'Only Me' if you don't want to grant anyone else access to edit these profiles.
 
  
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<strong>Who can edit their profile?</strong>
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* Choose 'Only Me' if you don't want to grant anyone else access to edit these profiles.
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* Choose 'Our Family' to enable the people in your [[family group]] and the people in the managed profile's family group editing privileges.
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<strong>Who can search for them?</strong>
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* Choose 'All Connected Users' to enable anyone to find you who is connected to you via your [[forest]]
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* Choose 'Public' to allow any the ability to find you on Geni.
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<li>Choose 'Entire Tree' to allow others in your tree to modify these profiles.
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<strong>Who can find them through the tree?</strong>
  
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* Choose 'Our Tree' and 'Inlaw Trees' to enable the union of the people within your tree and the people in the Profile Manager's tree editing capabilities as well as those found within any trees connected to you by marriage.
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* Choose 'All Connected Users' to enable anyone to find you who is connected to you via your forest
  
<li><strong>Who can search?</strong></li>
 
  
<ul><li>Entire Tree: Only other users who have joined your Geni Tree will see this person in their search results.</li>
 
  
  <li>Anyone: This profile will show up in 'Outside Your Tree' search results. This will help other family members who have not joined your Tree to find shared family members. NOTE: Minors are never included in our public search index.</li>
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<strong>Who can see their full profile?</strong>
  
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* Choose 'Our Family' to enable the people in your [[family group]] and the people in the managed profile's family group editing privileges.
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* Choose 'Family's Family' to enable all of those whom share a family member with you.
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* Choose 'Public' to allow any the ability to find you on Geni.
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<p>You'll notice that you can choose separate settings for Living and Deceased Profiles you have added. This enables you to, for example, give your living relatives more privacy than your deceased relatives.</p>
 
  
<p>You can also use the 'Searchable by the public' checkbox on any profile you manage (not including minors) to individually include or remove profiles from our public search index.</p>
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You'll notice that you can choose separate settings for Living and Deceased Profiles you have added. This enables you to, for example, give your living relatives more privacy than your deceased relatives.
  
<p>Keep in mind that when someone claims a profile you have added, they take over control of that profile and you are no longer the manager.</p>
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Keep in mind that when someone claims a profile you have added, they take over control of that profile and you are no longer the manager.
  
 
[[Category:Geni features]]
 
[[Category:Geni features]]

Revision as of 05:06, 10 October 2008

All Account Settings:

Family Group | Profile Privacy | Profile Actions | Blocked Users | Managed Profiles | Recent Activity | Notifications | Email & Password


What do these settings mean?



Who can edit their profile?

  • Choose 'Only Me' if you don't want to grant anyone else access to edit these profiles.
  • Choose 'Our Family' to enable the people in your family group and the people in the managed profile's family group editing privileges.


Who can search for them?

  • Choose 'All Connected Users' to enable anyone to find you who is connected to you via your forest
  • Choose 'Public' to allow any the ability to find you on Geni.



Who can find them through the tree?

  • Choose 'Our Tree' and 'Inlaw Trees' to enable the union of the people within your tree and the people in the Profile Manager's tree editing capabilities as well as those found within any trees connected to you by marriage.
  • Choose 'All Connected Users' to enable anyone to find you who is connected to you via your forest



Who can see their full profile?

  • Choose 'Our Family' to enable the people in your family group and the people in the managed profile's family group editing privileges.
  • Choose 'Family's Family' to enable all of those whom share a family member with you.
  • Choose 'Public' to allow any the ability to find you on Geni.



You'll notice that you can choose separate settings for Living and Deceased Profiles you have added. This enables you to, for example, give your living relatives more privacy than your deceased relatives.

Keep in mind that when someone claims a profile you have added, they take over control of that profile and you are no longer the manager.

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