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  • Members want to believe that when they enter nFS they are seeing Church authorized correct information. They need to understand it is a collection of records from different kinds of sources
  • Breaking down unreasonable expectations with commonly known information. Why was a birth record made?

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  • Understanding the new FamilySearch (nFS)
    A record needs to be understood.
    Why was it created?
    What can be expected?
  • What type of record?
    nFS is a compiled record. It contains information from primary and secondary records
    Information from Church records have been extracted into nFS
    Information from Church extraction records have been entered into nFS
    Information from patron submissions to AF & PRF have been added to nFS
    nFS is a collection of records that need individuals to organize
  • Dependable source?
    Where did the information come from?
    Who created the record?
    What was the purpose of the record ?
    How was the information obtained?
  • Why are there multiple records for one person in new FamilySearch?
    Would you expect to see your spouse on your birth record?
    What might you find on a birth record?
    What was the purpose for creating the record?
    Where would the information on a birth record come from?
  • The Purpose of nFS
    New FamilySearch was made to simplify the process of submitting names of the Deceased for temple ordinances
    Not created for living information
    Collaboration
    To cooperate and help each other
  • How many records?
    Is your life complete with only your birth record?
    Why not?
    Can I quit with your marriage license?
    Why not?
    Can I quit with just my direct line ancestor? (I don’t need his siblings, do I?)
    You mean we seal complete families?
    Can I run to the temple as soon as I find one record?