Ordinances Ready is a FamilySearch tool that simplifies finding names for the temple, allowing you more time to serve your family and enjoy …
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I am going to 5 different temples in the next coming week.
I am only allowed to print ONE name for ONE sister only.
I need to be able to print FIVE sister names and FIVE brother names for my husband.
We will not be able to PRINT Family File cards in hotel rooms along our road trip.
Please fix this issue to allow us to PRINT MORE THAN ONE.
Thank you :)
Thank you for your feedback. Ordinances Ready is for one temple appointment each time for the person who is logged in to the FamilySearch account. You can print multiple ordinances for both sexes that you may have already reserved by printing directly from your My Reservations list.
I love it !
Who are the names available in 'Ordinances Ready'?
I am not related with them but how come that I am able to request their names for ordinances?
Why are they available to me?
Please enlighten me. Thank you!
Why can we only print 4 names for baptisms? Our Temple lets each person do 10.
The limit of 4 baptism/confirmation for Ordinances Ready is set by the temple department. You are lucky your temple allows you to do 10 per person. You don't need to rely on using Ordinances Ready for temple appointments. You can add family members to the Tree from sources and then take those to the temple for ordinances. Anyone you reserve directly will show up in your "My Reservations" under the Temple tab. If you need help in adding people to the Family Tree, please reach out to your local temple and family history consultant(s) or ward temple and family history leader.
difficult sign in
how do i use this on my computer?
@Andersen, Keauna Faye
Under the Temple tab, select Ordinances Ready. Here is the direct URL: https://www.familysearch.org/temple/ordinances-ready
Are the names checked for possible duplicates before they show up on ordinance ready? Should I manually check each name for duplicates before printing them off?
Yes, names are checked for high match possible duplicates. There may still be lower match duplicates that do in fact match the persons. You are welcome to do as much research as you'd like.