- 1. Although in the help sections the list of administrators are written differently, for example in the calendar it might say Bishopric second counselor and in the Newsletter it might say 2nd counselor, or something similar, I am quiet sure that over the whole of the tools it is standardized. (Probably Bishopric second counselor) As long as these callings are entered into MLS as standard callings the correct rights should be given. Right?
- 2. If I understand it all correctly all the administrators( within the Stake or Ward) have identical rights in each tool except for the following. The Ward Website Administrator, the Stake website administrator, and the Building Specialist. Rights? did I miss any?
- 3. One should be aware that if he is a ward or stake website administrator his rights maybe just a little less than the rest of the administrators. If he is a building specialist he will only have rights to the Stake Calendar. Right?
- 4. When you begin talking of the rights and roles to Leader resources and Clerk resources it then becomes important to check the access table. The rights and roles to these powerful tools goes hand in hand with the hand books and the ecclesiastical responsibility of the calling. Right?
So my major question here is this: If a Stake Presidency were considering Implementing a structure to get the tools on lds.org useful and helpful for there stake and wards what should they understand about the list of Stake administrator and Ward Administrators? That presents them some options. Would any of you care to expound on these options please? The major goal is to get the calendar working correctly, but might want the other tools to progress as well.