Family Tree now supports a new feature called private spaces. The addition of private spaces is the result of bringing new.familysearch.org to a close and moving all of that data over to Family Tree.
Each Family Tree user now has a private space that allows them to manage their own private information. The information in that space can only be seen by the individual user and no one else. All living people, their relationships, and their data will be stored in that space. For example, I can view information about myself and my close living relatives that I have added to Family Tree in this private space but no one else can. Information that someone else has added about living people, their relationships, and their data will be stored in their own private space.
When a user sees a banner like the one shown below, it means that they are viewing private information and no one else can see this specific view. READ MORE