Who has access to Send a Message in LCR?

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arpitman
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Who has access to Send a Message in LCR?

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I was wondering if there is a list of who has the ability to "Send a Message" in LCR. I know bishops and their councilors do. Ward EQ and RS presidencies.

I am a High Councilor and the PFR and would like to send an email to all EQ presidents about some building things.

Do I have access to this function? I know I can use the Share on the Mobile app using the Lists function, but sometimes certain emails are easier to send from a computer and not a mobile phone.

If I do have access can someone please tell me where to find it? I am logged in and in the LCR app. I don't see any place for sending a message.
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Re: Who has access to Send a Message in LCR?

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If you are entitled you will find it under the Application tab, in LCR.
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If you don't have access, you can compose the message and ask the stake clerk or stake executive secretary to send it for you.
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Re: Who has access to Send a Message in LCR?

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You can use the Access Table (under Other in the menu) to see who has access to specific features
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jonesrk wrote:You can use the Access Table (under Other in the menu) to see who has access to specific features
And at the Membership tab in the Forms section Send a Message is listed there.
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arpitman
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Re: Who has access to Send a Message in LCR?

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Thank you for all the great replies. The Access link was very helpful as now I know exactly what I have access to.

High Council members do not have much.
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Re: Who has access to Send a Message in LCR?

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I noticed in the access table that there is a calling "ward email communication specialist" that has access to only one feature: "send a message." You could add that as a calling/role to any ward member who needs access to the "send a message" tool. When adding that calling, it can be found under Other Callings > Technology
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Re: Who has access to Send a Message in LCR?

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Thank you. I will check that out.
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Set up a member with the calling "email communication specialist" and they now see LCR under tools and support, but they get access denied when they they to select it. What have I missed doing?
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danielgenefritch wrote:Set up a member with the calling "email communication specialist" and they now see LCR under tools and support, but they get access denied when they they to select it. What have I missed doing?
When did you set them up? It can take up to 24 hours for all the permissions to get in place.
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