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Notify FHC director via LDS mail when a new webinar or information is added to resources under serve

I discovered the new webinars available to FHC directors yesterday. I enjoyed viewing them as I can't always make it to Salt Lake City for general conference and the FHC Open House day that is prior to conference.

Is there a way to send the directors an e-mail via LDS mail account when they add new resources? I also didn't know FHC's were now reporting monthly instead of quarterly. I had been doing it quarterly.

It would be a great to know when something new is added to "serve" resources.

Thanks for work everyone does at FamilySearch.
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  • You should be getting emails about the new resources. You might want to your supervisor or the support person for the FHC to be certain they have your correct email address. You can also contact : https://www.familysearch.org/help/con....
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    I hope this helps but you should be receiving that information. Thank you for notifying us so that we can find a solution to your dilemna. Please post here anytime you see need for improvement. Have a great day.
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  • Thanks for the reply Sandra. I seem to receive my LDS mail ok (and other e-mails), but maybe they had just added these webinars. I was trying to prepare for a branch council and discovered the new webinars. I also found the new manual "To the Turn the Hearts", both which were what I needed to explain the new emphasis for Family History Centers to the branch council. Thanks again.
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