kisaac wrote:I've been asked to research some policy matters, but as a stake assistant clerk I can't access the "[B]Online Official Communication Library"
I'm also an assistant stake clerk, and have the same experience as you mentioned. The help link for that area says:
When a new letter or notice is added to the library, stake presidents and bishops receive an e-mail message with a link to the document in the library. Stake presidencies and bishoprics can also access the library at any time from the leaders’ site at lds.org/leader or directly at lds.org/letters.
Of course this raises the question of what the terms "stake presidency" and "bishopric" mean; usually those terms are used in a way that means only the unit leader and his two counselors, but sometimes they can include clerks. In any case I know that my stake president can access the OCL, and that I can't. I'll ask around at my stake presidency meeting tonight to see if counselors and/or the stake clerk have access.
But it would be nice to have the OCL listed on the Access Table to avoid confusion.
Questions that can benefit the larger community should be asked in a public forum, not a private message.