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- Fri Jan 18, 2013 11:36 am
- Forum: Directory
- Topic: New individual photos not printing
- Replies: 8
- Views: 489
Stake clerks have admin rights over profile info only, but not photos. So if you upload photos, a ward admin will need to approve the photo before it's visible to others. Try logging in to the beta directory at https://lds.org/rcdirectory and see if you see the new "Awaiting Approval" wate...
Per the email: I am a currently a Stake Clerk and it is recognized in the beta site but I do not see any additional menu items for approving, uploading, assigning, and or managing photos. mzuniga, good catch. I updated the article to read as follows: We need people with all callings to test the dir...
- Mon Jan 14, 2013 10:17 am
- Forum: Directory
- Topic: Household photo not being shown on ward directory print out
- Replies: 88
- Views: 4982
aebrown, yes, your memory is correct. The bug was due to a network service restriction, not the actual web application. However, from a user's perspective, it's still pretty much just a bug.
- Thu Jan 10, 2013 9:54 am
- Forum: Digital Media
- Topic: Why the oddball ISOM codec on videos?
- Replies: 4
- Views: 4988
A reader on the blog posted a comment here https://tech.lds.org/blog/553-help-resources-for-downloading-video-to-mobile-devices#comment-2283 noting similar issues in playing the downloaded videos from the zip file. Glendon writes: I downloaded several videos (huge downloads btw) and I've tried 7 vid...
- Tue Jan 08, 2013 11:44 pm
- Forum: LDS.org Website
- Topic: Important Tools Section for the Clerk Site
- Replies: 10
- Views: 2010
Please note there is a feedback link near the bottom of the page for the purpose of reporting these types of issues. Reporting these issues through that feedback link is the best way to get these types of things to the right people. Anyone who can do anything about it most likely will not see it wh...
As a heads up, when calendar 2.5 is released (maybe 2 weeks?), it changes the term "reservations" to "restrictions." I know this is just a language fix to the problem, but hopefully it will alleviate some confusion.