Could you have an option to change the time covered from 2 years to 90, 60 or 30 days. As it now stands, the completed display dose not work for me,🤨 because it is stuck on 3000.
Estimado buen día, de acuerdo a tu inquietud, son políticas de familysearch que no podemos cambiar, creo que si podemos adaptarnos a las opción del tiempo ya que el tiempo que da para terminar las ordenanzas una vez impresa¡¡s tienes 2 años para terminar de hacer las ordenanzas¡¡ es el libre albedrío que puedes hacerlo en menos tiempo como 30, 60 o 90 días. Lo importante es que completes las ordenanzas a tu ritmo.
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Dear good morning, according to your concern, they are familysearch policies that we cannot change, I think that if we can adapt to the time option since the time it gives to finish the ordinances once printed, you have 2 years to finish To do the ordinances is free will that you can do it in less time such as 30, 60 or 90 days. The important thing is that you complete the ordinances at your own pace.
I assume that your request is that you would like to have the option to show only the past 30 days, for example, of completed ordinances and have that 30 day period still have the 3000 limit.
I'm not sure that would actually change what you are seeing on the list. As I understand it, the 3000 completed ordinances are the 3000 most recent ones. The counter you see is "stuck" at 3000, because each time an ordinance is completed, that new ordinance appears on the list and the oldest one falls off. Depending on how quickly ordinances you submitted are being completed, that list of 3000 ordinances may only cover the past 90 days. At least that is how the help center articles say it is suppose to work. If that is not what you are seeing, then something is not working right.
If you go to the very last name on the last page of your completed ordinances list, what is the date? From the sound of your question, I suspect you will find it is far less than two years ago.
Basically, the explanation at the top of the list, "Ordinances will remain on this list for 2 years," is incomplete and should instead say something like "Ordinances will remain on this list for 2 years or until becoming the oldest of 3001 ordinances."
If you want to keep a record of ordinances completed beyond the most recent 3000, you will have to periodically print out the list.