Beginning Monday, April 10th the temple category will only be viewable to Church members who must be logged into their member account to see it.
If you have questions about your account, please post in the FamilySearch Account category or contact us via another channel here: https://www.familysearch.org/en/fieldops/familysearch-support-contact-us.
Print Expiration Date on Ordinance Card
Currently, the date each ordinance card is printed is on each ordinance card. I recommend the expiration date of the reservation be printed on each ordinance card. The expiration date seems to be more important information for each user than the date the card was printed. If you do not want to change the system default, users should be given the option to select which date to print on each ordinance card.
Thank you for your suggestion about printed ordinance card dates. We advise you to put your comment in the "Suggest an Idea" section on the right under Categories.
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There is an article in Get Help entitled "Do family name cards expire"
The article states the following.
The family name card that you print for the temple does not expire, even if the reservation on FamilySearch does.
If you've had a family name card for more than a few weeks, please check Family Tree to confirm that the ancestor still needs the ordinance performed. The ordinance could have been shared with the temple, or someone else may have reserved it.
If so, you may simply destroy the family name card. It is no longer needed.2