What happens with our highlighting and Notes when our account is closed upon our death?

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sgardner7
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What happens with our highlighting and Notes when our account is closed upon our death?

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I have made extensive scripture highlighting and added copious explanatory notes and attached general authority quotes to some of those scriptures. My children are very interested in having access to my Notes section with all their tags when I pass on. What happens with my account with all those highlights and notes and tags when I die? Is there a way they can still gain access to them? Is the account not closed? If not, they could potentially access it with my username and password.
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Re: What happens with our highlighting and Notes when our account is closed upon our death?

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Post by russellhltn »

Please see this post.

Your account is closed upon the clerk recording your death, but there is a way for the notations to be available to family.
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