1historian wrote:So what does it take to get this feature added to MLS?
I'd send feedback though MLS.
lajackson wrote:Yes. A family is assigned to a companionship. That companionship must be in a district, and that district must be assigned to a supervisor. When the districts are set up, the supervisor is either in the elders quorum or the high priests group.
Our ward has managed to get a district in the high priests group entitled (No Supervisor), but this appears to be an anomaly in MLS. I cannot create a similar district in the elders quorum, and if I do anything with the (No Supervisor) district, the names all dump by default to one of the other districts.
I think this is an error in the MLS code or database. We are reluctant to fix it, however, because it does come in so handy for tracking families assigned to a quorum but without specific home teachers.
Alan_Brown wrote:So it is possible that the stats could be EQ 90%, HP 90%, unassigned 2%, Ward 50%. But such a disparity between EQ/HP stats and total stats is only possible if there are a lot of unassigned families (an undesirable situation) who are not getting home taught (an unacceptable situation).
pantherjad wrote:-Names on the ward list kept there because parents or relatives currently in the ward don't want their inactive loved ones' "records to be lost." (Whatever, that means!) I have encountered many parents whose adult children live elsewhere but for whatever reason the parents want their childrens' records left in the parent's current ward.
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