Announcing the New FamilySearch Indexing Website

January 8, 2014

FamilySearch recently released a newly redesigned indexing website at FamilySearch.org/indexing, and we invite you to come and take a look. This new website integrates indexing with the rest of FamilySearch.org, making it easier for indexers to know how to get started and find the help they need.

If you’ve never indexed before, the new Overview and Get Started pages will introduce you to the program. Want to help make more records available in the areas you are researching? Check out the new interactive projects map. And if you have questions, or get stuck trying to decipher the old handwriting, the Help Resources will have answers for you.

The change in the indexing website is just the first step in a total redesign and improvement of the indexing experience. In the coming year, you will see an all-new indexing program integrated with FamilySearch.org, which will bring indexing to your Internet browser, enable indexing on tablet devices, and much more. Join us at RootsTech in February to get some hands-on experience with the new program.

Current and Completed Projects

To view a list of currently available indexing projects, along with the record language and completion percentage, visit the FamilySearchindexing projects page. To learn more about individual projects, view the FamilySearch indexing projects page.

New Projects

View the FamilySearch projects page to see the full list of available projects and to learn more about how to participate in various projects.

Recently Completed Projects

Note: Recently completed projects have been removed from the available online indexing batches and will now go through a final completion check process. They will be published at FamilySearch.org in the near future.