Provide a "Dummy Site" for Instructional use.
I am a Temple and Family History Leader. I acknowledge that as FH consultants we can actually work within other patrons accounts, with permission. I sense that for some people just going to the site and getting started once armed with information required is intimidating.
I suggest an application within FamilySearch that would allow a consultant (whose work can be seen on a big screen to an audience) to start a dummy family tree from scratch, beginning just like a person logs into Family Search for the first time. The consultant creates the Home person and adds parents manually with appropriate vital information. Then, for the third generation and fourth generations, be able to search within FamilySearch for dummy names (all deceased with ID numbers to facilitate temple ready activity) which align with the home person and parents. Lastly, a toggle into Temple and the appropriate steps.
After an instructional period...the information auto clears and goes nowhere.1
There is already a Beta site designed for just that. https://beta.familysearch.org/en/4
I'd like to second the original idea. It would be super helpful to have the option to create a dummy account so you can demonstrate how to get started from scratch, instead of pulling up your own family tree that is already quite fleshed out.
The beta site doesn't quite work for what was described. When you log in on the beta site, it still pulls up your full tree. It just doesn't save any work that you do.
I did call Family Search this afternoon and they confirmed that this isn't already an option.0