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“Dealing With Difficult FamilySearch Family Tree Tasks & Temple Cards Not Returned”

Ron Tanner

Categories: LDS, IR

Talk Abstract:
FamilySearch Family Tree was built to allow users to work together to build a common pedigree. Sometimes, in a community environment, a significant problem arises with data that needs careful consideration and correction. This session will discuss some of the difficult problems that may arise and how to correct them. Recently, Utah County and a few other temples are no longer returning recorded ordinance cards. Come and understand why and what you and FamilySearch is planning to help you make the transition.

Speaker Bio:
Ron Tanner is the Portfolio Director for FamilySearch.org in the Family History Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saint. He leads a team with responsibilities for Family Tree, Search, Hinting, Memories, Mobile, Temple, Homepage, and other companion products. Ron has been at FamilySearch for 12 years and presents a Faebook live presentation twice a month to answer FamilySearch questions. You can attend on his Facebook page Family History Ron or review previous events on his familyhistoryron youtube channel. Ron has a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from BYU and has previously worked as a product manager and software engineer at Novell, Citrix, and Bell Laboratories. Ron and his wife, CheRee, have four children, 2 sons-in-law, a daughter-in-law, and six grandchildren (5 boys 1 girl)!! This is your chance to learn what’s going on and get your questions answered. Ron is always an entertaining lecturer and knows what’s happening.

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NOTICE: This presentation is part of a set of over 400 presentations on genealogy and family history produced by "UVTAGG: The Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group".
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