Reserved names on one page
edited February 16, 2021 in Suggest an Idea
Elizabeth Louise Haury McNeil said: I have found it much easier to scroll through my temple names when they are all one one page instead of multiple pages because I can see the names much easier. Can FamilySearch please revert back to the one-page temple list.
Lynne Stanley said: I prefer all my reserved names on one page also. I have 300+ names reserved. I can print out 20-40 names at a time for different ordinances because I have several people that help me get the temple work done; such as youth for the B/C, my adult children and others for the rest of the ordinances. It is easier and quicker to scroll through one page rather than several. (Btw, I follow a plan of action in order to get ordinances done in a timely manner.)0
Tom Huber said: Load times are much faster when the number of names are spread across more than one page -- this was the reason behind the tabbing system for person profiles -- to accommodate those areas of the world which have poor internet speeds back to the FamilySearch servers. The Philippines was mentioned in particular, so this helps those members of the Church with their temples.0
Tom Huber said: By the way, I don't disagree with you on wanting to see the full list on one page, but given that some people have thousands (yes, that many) names on their list, the increased load time gets rid of a complaint that was made years ago about how long it took for the page to load. This resolves that and now because any shared (not printed) name can be reserved for 90 days by anyone, the potential for a number restriction is removed.0