3 Family History Activity Report questions
- Does the data on the FHAR reflect information from members logging in from anywhere (in the Family History Centers and at homes etc) or is it from the members who use the Family History centers?
- Is there a way to pull up how many names are temple-ready each month for each ward or stake?
- Can the Stake Family History Consultant access the FHAR?
Wolfgang Binte ✭✭✭
You do mean members of FamilySearch that connected their Login with their church membership data and use that Login even in Family History Centers, where it´s also possble to use FamilySearch and associated sides anonymously and without logging in, right ??
As far as I know for the Family History Activity Report it doesn´t matter from where, as long as you´re logging in ..
I do know that the elders chorum presidency ( relief society ? ) and probably bishopric has access to a report with some statistics about Family History Activities in their unit ..1
Brett . ✭✭✭✭✭
Just my thoughts ...
Further to what 'Wofgang' has already proffered ...
As far as I am aware, the FHAR does not so differentiate where Members Users/Patrons "Log In" through.
IF, you are referring to ...
How many individuals/persons in "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch', area AVAILABLE, for the Members of one's Ward or Stake, to take to the "Temple";
THEN, as far as I am aware, the FHAR does not.
The FHAR would ONLY record/reference those "Submitted"; certainly NOT, those AVAILABLE (as, that may be 'countless').
The "Stake, Temple and Family History, Consultant -- Family History Centre" USED TO be able to get/access the FAHR; but, that access was subsequently withdrawn.
The "Stake, Temple and Family History, Consultant -- Family History Centre" NOW needs to request their Priesthood line of authority (ie. High Counselor, responsible for "Temple and Family History" Work; or, Member of the Stake Presidency, responsible for "Temple and Family History" Work - if NO High Counselor) to provide them with a copy of the FHAR.
Thank you so much, Wolfgang Binte and Brett. Your answers are a great help.