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Again, welcome! CK Whipple 00:00, 5 January 2010 (UTC)

To all FamilySearch Wiki Contributors: An apology is in order...

By way of introduction, my name is Ben Bennett and I’ve recently joined the FamilySearch team as the product manager for the Wiki and Forums. Put simply, my job is to ensure that your experience, as contributors and users of the Wiki and Forums is excellent. To this end, an apology is in order.

As you know, we recently implemented a new user ID/sign in process for the FamilySearch Wiki. As we implemented this new system, I personally heard from many of you. You shared with me problems that were occurring for you as you tried to sign in, edit or do other things that resulted in lost work, lost time and frustration for you, our key contributors and users. Please accept my sincere apology for the poor performance and poor experience associated with the Wiki during the past few weeks. Please also accept my commitment that the FamilySearch team will learn from this experience and do all that we can to prevent situations like this in the future. To this end, I wanted to share with you ...CONTINUE

Featured Article THANK YOU!

Hi Manedwards,

The FamilySearch Research Wiki is delighted to let you know that the Ireland Emigration and Immigration page you helped create has become a Featured Article, highlighted on the Main Page of the Wiki, and will remain there for seven days. Thank you for your excellent work to help others quickly access records. Your contributions are appreciated and will help others find their ancestors.<br>'You have made a difference in research!'

joy Wyzer17 18:45, 11 October 2011 (UTC)

Page Repair

Hi Jane,

  I am working on all county pages adding FHC pages and have found the following page Rio Arriba County, New Mexico.  You put the original stub page on was hoping you coould repair.  Thanks for everything.  Sandralpond 14:14, 13 October 2011 (UTC)

Thank YOU / Your Article is Selected

Hi Janedwards,


The FamilySearch Research Wiki is delighted to let you know that the&nbsp;&nbsp; Finland Church Records article you helped create will become a Featured Article that is highlighted on the Main Page of the Wiki. It will appear there for seven days. Thank you for your excellent work – you have given readers/researchers&nbsp;important access to records. Your contributions are appreciated and will assist others in finding their ancestors. You have made a difference in research!

Please note:

We invite you to do any enhancing, editing or changing to this article before we post it. If you are considering an edit we ask that it be completed by&nbsp;October 18, 2011&nbsp;. Within a few days of this date this article will post.&nbsp;If you feel that you do not want your article up as yet as a Featured Article please let me know.<br>Thank you for your time and effort!

joy Wyzer17 21:14, 13 October 2011 (UTC)

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