new online MLS feature request

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mworley88
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new online MLS feature request

Postby mworley88 » Wed Aug 18, 2010 1:42 pm

Is it possible to request records through the Beta site's MLS yet?

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Postby aebrown » Wed Aug 18, 2010 1:53 pm

mworley88 wrote:Is it possible to request records through the Beta site's MLS yet?


To avoid confusion, it's best not to refer to the Leader and Clerk Resources on new.lds.org as "MLS"; MLS is the software that runs on ward and stake administrative computers. Nothing that runs on a Church website is called "MLS".

With that clarification out of the way, the simple answer to your question is "no." In the Leader and Clerk Resources, most of the currently implemented features are just various kinds of read-only reports. There are hardly any features that actually submit any changes. There is no way to request membership records at this time.
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Postby mkmurray » Wed Aug 18, 2010 9:43 pm

Alan_Brown wrote:...Leader and Clerk Resources on new.lds.org...

Do we need another new acronym? (LCR) :)
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Postby techgy » Thu Aug 19, 2010 6:28 am

mkmurray wrote:Do we need another new acronym? (LCR) :)


Since the new MLS program will, no doubt, contain this term, I don't think it would hurt. :cool:. However, I'd suggest that we hold off until the dust settles. The beta started out at beta.lds.org and has now moved to new.lds.org - what's next? In defining the term it would best to wait until it's in it's final resting place.
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