MY NEW ADDRESS IS :
Why are there so few English/US choices to Index. I have been indexing for many years and have indexed over 500,000 names but recently most of what’s available on the first two levels are foreign and are hard to understand. Please give us something more interesting and applicable to the US.
Eddie A Force
You should delete your personal information. This is a public forum.
To find a batch, when you click on Indexing, click on Web-Indexing, then Find a Project. Make sure your "Refine Results" is correct. Don't click on Beginner, Intermediate, or Advanced. (You can always sort by Difficulty). Change the Language to All (or you can do separate searches on the two languages you are interested in).
You should find around 40+ projects in English and maybe a dozen in Spanish.
Hope that helps. Ask again if it doesn't.
Mod Note: The original post has been edited to remove personally-identifying information.
I'm an 86 year old man===I'm not too sharp on the computer===what is the next step???
@songbird30 - Hang in there. Someone more versed in FamilySearch will be along.
If you click on this blue link = Indexing Discussion (Jason Pierson Live)
it will take you to a lovely video with Wendy and Jason from FamilySearch. They will talk for about 8 minutes about why we index. Then Jason will show you exactly how to find batches and how to index in a very lovely, easy to follow, step-by-step video presentation.
Maybe that will help you, Songbird.