I am just getting heavily into the use of WebHints to screen my records against FamilySearch. I have a couple of questions/suggestions...'
First, I have record that include, as "Pending" hints, a link to the US Public Recor5ds. I generally do not want to link that info to an individual. How can I tuurn that suggested link from "Pending" to "Rejected" so it will not keep popping up in the future?
Second, I am accustomed to using the Census(family) fact type to enter into the records of each child/extended family member a link to notes and sources. But when I link a census record to corresponding individual files for members of a household on the FamilySearch records of household members, the only choice of link is "Residence". If I want to compare the child's RM record against the FS record, the "Census/family" fact type does not really correlate to the FS "Residence" fact type. If I import the "Residence" fact and source from FS into RM, it does not correspond to my preferred fact type of "Census/family". As it is, I must either (a) import the "Residence" fact from FS and then change the fact in RM to "Census" (not Census/family) in order to be consistent with standard RM recording of census facts, or (b) tag the source from FS only to the name and birth facts in RM.
How can we make this sharing of research facts and tagging a bit more consistent? I would much prefer to be able to tag all household members from a census record in FamilySearch, and then have that fact type and source be directly translated into a "Census" or "Census/family" entry when I drag it into RootsMagic. That would make for cleaner, more consistent data management.