I submitted something similar to this to as an enhancement request during
the second beta testing. It is an audit report of anything that has changed
on your line. At the very least this report could be generated for activity
performed using your "helper" login. That's the login you give other
members of your family or fellow researchers which gives them access to act
in your behalf in NFS. I wanted a way to see what exactly they changed. A
report would be great, a mechanism to approved those changes would be even
better. So it would work like this:
1) I share my assistant code with my immediately family.
2) They enter in information on our extended lines as they help with
3) I log in to NSF and review the changes and approve which ones I would
like to keep.
Bellingham Washington FHC
Seattle Temple District
On 10/13/07, James W Anderson <genealogy248@...> wrote:
> Here's another idea, maybe it's there already but
> since I'm in an area that hasn't been rolled out I
> have no idea if it's in there or not.
> Tracking names submitted.
> Once you have cleared any names, is there a way to see
> a sort of tracking list to see what work is done and
> when? That would make a lot of sense because one
> might 'farm out' the cards that were printed at the
> temple. So if someone takes several cards, the
> submitter can then see if the names had the ordinances
> completed, and if something happened to the cards
> (such as they got damaged, lost, or whatever, he/she
> could get reprints of any lost cards for ordinances
> that have not been completed.
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