Friday, April 13, 2007

New FamilySearch WebSite in need of Evaluators

I received an email from FamilySearch support stating that they are looking for new evaluators of the website in the future. The second Beta test just closed about one week ago. You can evaluate this website in the comfort of your home if you have an internet connection. The evaluations will take approximately one hour of your time and you do not have to be a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in order to participate.

Think about contributing your time in order to assist in making this site user friendly. The production managers want your honest comments.

Click on FamilySearch to go to the website to register and/or learn more about the process.

Here is a copy of the email that I received.
Dear LDS Church Members and Friends,

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is developing a new version of the website. This new website will help members identify ancestors, link them to families, and provide temple ordinances for them.

Can you volunteer an hour of time to help evaluate this new website? Do you know someone else who might be interested? We need feedback to make the final website as easy and enjoyable to use as possible. We are especially interested in feedback from individuals who are new to family history work.

Anyone over age 18 interested in participating in this evaluation should go to:

Thank you for your interest and enthusiasm. We greatly value your time and opinion.

FamilySearch Evaluation Team
Family and Church History Department
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

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