rmrichesjr wrote:Is receipt of an email message about evaluating nFS an indication that one's temple district is going to be getting nFS soon? I'm in the Portland Oregon temple district. The only indication we have about nFS is our stake president recently said he wants FH consultants trained (on the old methods) by May 1.
Then, today I got email from Church HQ "reminding" me that I had supposedly signed up to evaluate the nFS user experience. While I did participate in the nFS beta test in the first half of 2007, I don't recall having signed up for anything since then, and I don't have nFS access (that I'm aware of).
Might this be an indication that nFS is coming to my temple district soon?
RobertRaymondUT wrote:I've found Mile's map and Renee's table to be accurate for publicly known English speaking temples. Another in that same category is "Temple Districts Using New FamilySearch," at ancestryinsider.blogspot.com. The link is on the right-hand side. Or go directly to
fergie34 wrote:Also when your Temple District is about to go on line you will get an email from support that reads.
[INDENT]To: Priesthood leaders, family history center directors and family[/INDENT]
[INDENT]history consultants in the ___________ temple district.[/INDENT]
mbatemantx wrote:Houston is also apparently delayed. I had heard it was coming but no official word but I tried to sign on tonight anyway and was unable to. Hopefully it will be soon.
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