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Written by Sharon Howell   
Sunday, 05 July 2015

Kayley Birdsall is LDSTech’s new Social Media Correspondent. She has already taken charge of LDSTech’s social media communication channels and is doing a superb job posting updates, announcements, and inspirational quotes on technology topics from Church leaders.

Over the last five years Kaylee has discovered her love for promoting ideas while working as a field marketing promoter. She brings marketing experience to her new role in LDSTech and enthusiasm for using and promoting technology tools that bring messages of value to our readers. She will continue with many traditions established by her predecessor and add her own special touch to social media communication channels over the next few months.

Kayley is also interning with the Church’s Meetinghouse Technology Coordination Team and is a senior at Brigham Young University majoring in political science. Outside of work, Kayley’s passions include spending time with her husband, reading newspapers, waterskiing, and turning good dinner recipes into great ones.

Katie Bradshaw’s Contributions

Katie Bradshaw, our former Social Media Correspondent, served so capably for the past six months and has now moved on to new opportunities. As a trailblazer for LDSTech’s upscaled social media presence, Katie was the creative force behind the “Talking Technology” quotes, which have become one of the most liked and most reposted items from LDSTech’s Facebook and Twitter feeds.

Many do not know that Katie also worked behind the scenes on ideations for the new LDSTech website, and refreshed the graphics for the 2015 LDSTech Conference and the App & Game Contest.

Her contributions do not go unnoticed, and everyone who worked with Sister Bradshaw and saw the results of her creative efforts wish her the very best.

We’re excited for the future as Kayley takes over and keeps the conversations going.

 

Comments  

 
# Margaret Stayner Budge 2015-07-06 21:45
Congratulations .

I am not tech savey so I have a question. I have searched for the site to set up paying tithing and donations on-line. Please help me get to the correct place.

Thank you.
 
 
# Sharon Leslie Howell 2015-07-07 07:52
When online donations is available for your location, you will be able to access from the sign in menu at lds.org. Currently I see the menu option but it is not yet availabe when I log in.
 
 
# John Edward Ellis 2015-07-17 18:54
How do I get the smart phone app for LCR?
 
 
# Sharon Leslie Howell 2015-07-18 15:25
Quoting John Edward Ellis:
How do I get the smart phone app for LCR?


John, this is a web application that you access with your web-browser. The closest thing to a smart phone app is LCR does not have a mobile app per se but LDS Tools, which lags behind in functionality, is the closet you'll come to bringing membership information into a mobile app. LDS Tools is view only for reports and profile info and not interactive in real time the way the web application is
 
 
# Marilyn Kay Wiley Howard 2015-09-09 11:40
[quote name="Margaret Stayner Budge"
I am not tech savey so I have a question. I have searched for the site to set up paying tithing and donations on-line. Please help me get to the correct place.

You locate the "Donations" choice under your name after logging in, found at the top right corner of the lds.org website - "My Account and Ward" (followed by your name). Click in the blank area below your name for the dropdown menu of choices. Donations is in the middle. Select that and fill in Settings once on donations page. Because your LDS Account is associated to your Membership Record Number, the ward and stake in which you reside will be listed, your tithing and other donations will automatically be tied to your ward. You add your bank account(s) in Settings. There is a selection to Display Spouse Name if desired. There are links for Donation History & Donor Statements.

I hope this is helpful.
 
 
# Conrad Wayne Bennett 2015-09-15 20:34
I was just wondering if you could make the LDS.org website more accessible for screen readers for visual paired people The mobile apps work great on iOS but the website is a Little buggy If you need more information let me know
 
 
# Tim 金龙Λ̊™ Riker 2015-09-16 13:03
Quoting Conrad Wayne Bennett:
I was just wondering if you could make the LDS.org website more accessible for screen readers for visual paired people


Please use the Feedback link at the bottom of the page you are looking at and fill in the details there.
 

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