Before this last reformat of Community Help there was a list of links to videos and other indexing helps. Since this last reformat I've been unable to find them. I have always referred new indexers to this links and would like to continue. Thanks.
I don't think they exist anywhere in the FS Community right now.
13 minutes; Judy Sharp; BYU Family History Library; October 2019
54 minutes; Kathryn Grant; BYU Family History Library on 6/13/19
Here's an interview with Jason Pierson and discussion about indexing, including what's coming in the future.
I'm not seeing them in the Indexing Help at FamilySearch either. But, another great place is https://www.familysearch.org/rootstech/rtc2021/search If you type "Indexing" into the Search bar you will get a bunch of videos that were made for the recent Roots Tech conference. There are some great ones there.
How about putting them in the Related Resources section of Indexing Q&A - nothing is sitting there now?
That is a great suggestion that should be entered in the Feedback section of FamilySearch. We've attached an article that explains how to do that. We always appreciate new ideas.
Your best bet at this point is for new indexers to go to youtube and type FamilySearch Indexing into the search engine. Also, have them search on Jason Pierson FamilySearch. They don't have to subscribe to youtube to view the videos.
This is the link to a live video presentation by Jason Pierson that Dellory shared above, but, with this link your indexers won't have to sign up or log into Facebook to view it. The actual indexing session begins around the 8 minute mark. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SdqvYCPP7ho
Thanks. I have already submitted it to the Indexing Ideas site.: Give it a vote if you support it.
Great - I added my vote!