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File - Posting

Topics appropriate for discussion include staff training, collection development, film/fiche management, equipment maintenance, FamilySearch, patron services,
FHCNET@yahoogroups.com
Jul 1
#36334
 
36333

Re: linking generations in FamilySearch

Another alternative is to use BYU's Virtual Pedigree site, where there is no "start-over" for new views - you just have to know which line you want to trace.
bob251@...
Jun 25
#36333
 
36332

Re: linking generations in FamilySearch

He can also go to Puzzilla which will show your ancestors at up to 12 generations at a jump. Travis From: FHCNET@yahoogroups.com
Travis Morris
Jun 25
#36332
 
36331

Re: helping a patron

Use the share feature. See knowledge article 266266 in the Help Center familysearch.org/ask/#/ and it will give you step by step instructions. It will allow
Shanna Jones
Jun 25
#36331
 
36330

Re: linking generations in FamilySearch

Carol, This should help you: https://www.relativefinder.org/ Shanna From: FHCNET@yahoogroups.com [mailto:FHCNET@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Shanna Jones
Jun 25
#36330
 
36329

Re: helping a patron

If you have shared a name with the temple, and they haven't printed it, then you can un-reserve the name. This will remove your reservation, and remove it from
G Ford
Jun 25
#36329
 
36328

Re: linking generations in FamilySearch

No. But you can have him go to "relative finder". If he logs in with his FS login he can see the connections to all the Royalty lines. And just a suggestion,
Sue Maxwell
Jun 24
#36328
 
36327

Re: helping a patron

Go to familytree, sign in under your own sign in and password. Click on the temple tab. You will see a list of those that you have reserved. Find the ones
Leslie Vaughn
Jun 24
#36327
 
36326

linking generations in FamilySearch

Can someone help me help my cousin? He was having a little fun searching around in familysearch.org.  He just kept clicking and clicking from his family back
Carol Riner Everett
Jun 24
#36326
 
36325

helping a patron

I have a question. I have been researching some names for a patron, finding them on Ancestry, then checking FS to see if they had been done. So if i saw
maxine nelson
Jun 24
#36325
 
36324

Re: File - Posting

There were some major changes at Family History Support in Salt Lake a few months ago. Full time missionaries have all been assigned to a specific section
Len Ingermanson
Jun 19
#36324
 
36323

Re: Family History Center Director

New directors do need to call FHC Support 1-866-406-1830 to be properly registered and given access to CDOL for keeping your center hours up to date. We are
Nancy Tychonievich
Jun 19
#36323
 
36322

Re: File - Posting

FS FamilyTreeUserGroup: http://fsfamilytreeusergroup.com/ First tab: "Home and How To" drop down "Users Views" has a very
Pat Wagley
Jun 19
#36322
 
36321

Re: File - Posting

Nancy, Directors are also encouraged to use the training provided online at lds.org ... Center Directors The training for others can also be found on the
Bill Buchanan
Jun 19
#36321
 
36320

Re: File - Posting

Patty, I am guessing that your phone call was not directed to the right person. Have you been contacted by someone in FHC Support? In a recent divisional
Bill Buchanan
Jun 19
#36320
 
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