I lost my old Indexing program. How do I find it. I am disable and it easier for me to review names so I need to find my old program. I don't want to index 1,000 names before I can review names.
If you're talking about the desktop program, that was jettisoned a few years ago in favor of web indexing.
If you are signed in using the same username that you used with the old indexing program, your account should still reflect your numbers from the previous format.
How do I get to my old program? I might had change my username or password.
@stevenlanenielsen1 As erutherford explained, the old indexing program, which required you to download batches to index offline, no longer exists. BUT, your records should still exist, showing how many records you have indexed. As long as you log into FamilySearch using the same account that you were using back then, then you have access to your records and should be able to review indexed records. I certainly can see the numbers that I indexed on the old format.
As @Áine Ní Donnghaile explained, click on Indexing then on Find a Batch, pick something easy for you then you can open one batch with project instructions -- I'm not good at explaining things but I think you're asking how do I start indexing again after many years hiatus so Im tagging @Melissa S Himes who is also excellent at guiding us disabled folks in the right direction. Best wishes😎
Unfortunately, you must index 1000 names to get the review button appear even if you indexed or reviewed a million records in the old program. If you are a member of the Church, you might be able to have your Stake Indexing Director call to ask for special permission for you to be able review without having to index 1000 names.
There is a new contributions report and old stats are being migrated so they may or may not be there yet. See the article https://www.familysearch.org/en/help/helpcenter/article/find-stats-indexing-get-involved
That is the Get Involved stats that are being migrated - not the old indexing stats that have been lost.
It is nice though that folks are going to see the results of the Get Involved contributions!
"Indexing statistics are now combined with Get Involved Reports. You can find the statistics for your participation in Get Involved activities on the website and the Get Involved mobile app."