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barnold
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Post by barnold »

How do you identify the new Audit forms from the old ones?
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Post by aebrown »

barnold wrote:How do you identify the new Audit forms from the old ones?

At the bottom of the first page, on the right hand side, it will say "© 2010 IRI. All rights reserved. Printed in the USA. 10/10. PD00001361".

The older forms said "© 2006, 2009 IRI. All rights reserved. Printed in the USA. 12/08. 34244".

So your quick key is that "10/10" as opposed to the older "12/08".
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Post by cbweatherman »

About the timeline of the electronic audit...

At least in my stake in little ole' Alabama, we did the on-line audit for the 2010 mid-year in August. It worked very smoothly, and there were no issues with the technology. I was surprised that I (as a clerk) no longer needed to give my contact information as part of the audit.

I guess we were a pilot stake.
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lajackson wrote:I do not know, but I would suspect a day or two at the most. Entering the change into MLS and doing the Send/Receive will update the CDOL almost immediately. The delay will be in how long it takes the Audit system to recognize the change.

Our Stake Clerk made the change over a week ago and we're getting started on audits tonight. I still don't have access to lds.org/audit and receive an error message "User has no valid assignments for this application." What does our clerk need specifically do so that I can access the site.

Thanks.
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Post by jonesrk »

kerrykmiles wrote:Our Stake Clerk made the change over a week ago and we're getting started on audits tonight. I still don't have access to lds.org/audit and receive an error message "User has no valid assignments for this application." What does our clerk need specifically do so that I can access the site.

Thanks.
You were originally put in as a custom position Stake Auditor, which unfortunately doesn't do any good for getting access to the application. Yesterday your standard position as a Stake Auditor came up, the bad news is that it came up after the daily data pull. You will be in for tonight's. If everything goes well tomorrow morning you should be in the LDS account system.
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Post by lajackson »

cbweatherman wrote:I guess we were a pilot stake.

You were a pilot area. I think there was one other area, as well.
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