Here are some examples of the system allowing the ordinances to be requested the day before they are 110 years old.
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This is because the FamilySearch software is on UTC - Coordinated Universal Time. The software allows a user to reserve the ordinance when the software is on the 110th birthday of the Tree person. When you see a difference of a day before, that means that the user who reserved the ordinance was in a time zone that had not yet hit midnight, but the software had and thus the ordinances became available to reserve.
Amy, thank you for that explanation. That is very interesting and makes sense.
Have a good day. Cindy