People don't exist in isolation. Families and organizations don't either – they're comprised of many individual people, all existing together.
That's why every Permanent Archive has a profile, members and relationships to provide important context.
Profile – This is archive-level metadata that uniquely identifies the person, family, or organization represented by the archive for disambiguation and historical context.
Members – These are other account holders that are designated to have controlled access to collaborate on building the archive by curating, contributing, editing, or viewing all files contained within the archive.
Relationships – These are other archives that have been identified to have a relationship to an archive – a family tree, community map or organizational roster.