aha. i thought it was a duplicate tree in jennythetester but I see now it was an invite access. So here’s a question. when an invited user adds profiles to a host tree i another account are they essentially tying up processing bandwidth in BOTH accounts?
If you want to restore the tree and profiles to test archiving with email@example.com feel free but uninvite my firstname.lastname@example.org so I can work in jennythetester. I am a perfect use case for high collaborating users
Overall, i’m going to rebuild kits and connections anyway so it’s not a disaster either way. BUT I will want a better master plan for managing the 100 profiles (ancestry alone) plus uncounted others on other platforms plus gedmatch when archiving goes live. If I am going to successfully work smaller segments I will keep a maternal tree and a paternal tree for key profiles . I will work only a few live profiles but it seems to me I could use a metric that shows me how much working space is already tied up.