Like Randy Seaver on Genea-Musings, Ol' Myrt here has been formulating her questions for FamilySearch. I'll be interviewing several top employees in the video booth during RootsTech 2012 and would like to include some of my DearREADERS questions. Here's what I have so far:
1. On your home page, can you promote "browsing" over "searching" at http://www.familysearch.org/, There are a greater number of images that are not indexed than those indexed. A search for an ancestor by name won't return hits in those unindexed record groups and may lead people to believe you don't have relevant records.
Ancillary "Providing necessary support to the primary activities or operation of an organization, institution, industry, or system."
3. THANK-YOU for adding the "Batch Number" search. In English parish record research, it is imperative to sort for others in the same IGI batch. Why? In a given locality there may be more than one church parish record group. However, typically a batch is for a single church. This is helpful for finding others by a common surname in the region but only in that same church.
What questions would you have Ol' Myrt ask of FamilySearch?
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