Your daughter must sign in using her LDS Account and begin using the site before you, your wife, or any member of the YW Presidency can review or approve a value experience or project. More help is found on the FAQs for the site.tortdog wrote:I looked at this and do not see my daughter listed for our ward. Is this something that the ward YW leader must "kick start" to begin working? I'm asking 'cuz generally people in my ward look to me to figure out the new tech stuff (exec sec coupled with tech), and I want our ward to start using it but not sure how to help our YW president start.
Your wife will also be able to work on her Personal Progress if she so desires. This is a feature of the Duty to God and Personal Progress sites to permit parents and leaders engage in the same experience and help the youth.tortdog wrote:I also noticed that the DTG site seems to be up and running, and it lets ME add information for MY DTG (apparently), though I am the parent, not the YM. I like that possibility to help men work on DTG for themselves alongside the sons/youth as parents/advisers. But don't see where the parent or leader would "sign off" for the YM.
If your household has a young man who has signed in to use the site then you will be able to track his progress just as you would for young women in your household in the Personal Progress site. But until the young man or young woman has signed in they will not be listed and you will not be able to track their progress.
The access for unit leaders is through their LDS Account and their calling as listed in MLS. Leaders not listed using MLS standard positions will not have access to the site as a leader. Parents and leaders will be able to sign off and review once the young man or young woman has signed in to the site and begun to track their progress.tortdog wrote:Also don't understand how the bishop could review and see the individual progress.