The brand new accomplished ordinances checklist makes it simpler than ever to maintain monitor of the temple ordinances you carry out on your ancestors.
Your accomplished ordinances checklist exhibits the latest 3,000 gadgets of temple ordinances that you simply reserved and accomplished within the final 25 months, plus the present month. The checklist contains each the names you reserved and printed your self and the names you shared with the temple.
The replace supplies a extra environment friendly option to retailer, kind, and refer again to the ordinances you have got carried out, with out utilizing paper to take action. Nonetheless, for those who a choose a tough copy, it’s also possible to choose and print an inventory of the finished ordinances.
Three Methods to See Your Accomplished Ordinances Listing
You’ll find your accomplished ordinances checklist in 3 ways:
- On the FamilySearch web site, click on the Temple tab (viewable solely in case you are signed in), and choose Accomplished within the drop-down menu.
- Within the Household Tree cell app, view the finished ordinances checklist underneath the Temple tab, discovered on the backside of the display screen, after which choose Accomplished.
- View accomplished ordinances within the temple notifications checklist. To view temple notifications, click on the bell icon within the prime proper nook of the FamilySearch web site, and type by Temple.
Simplified Temple Notifications
Temple notifications about accomplished ordinances are additionally less complicated. As an alternative of naming the particular person and offering ordinance particulars within the message, notifications hyperlink to your accomplished ordinances checklist, the place you may see and print particulars.
Temple notifications about accomplished ordinances now disappear after 7 days. Even after the notification expires, the finished ordinance info doesn’t. It stays in your accomplished ordinances checklist.
Be taught Extra
For extra details about your accomplished ordinances checklist, see “How do I see and print my accomplished ordinances checklist?” (You should be signed in to FamilySearch.org to view this hyperlink.)