The 24 US states holding presidential primaries may not be the only thing making today super. If Mesa, Oakland and Snowflake successfully go live with New FamilySearch (NFS) today, 21 temples will be using the new program.
I've made the following updates to the map, above, and to the tables at Temple Districts Using New FamilySearch.
- Four temples have gone live since the last map update: Los Angeles, Colonia Juárez, Guadalajara and Columbus Ohio.
- Denver is shown half red/half yellow. Consultants are able to register despite the lack of an e-mail announcement.
- The Washington, D.C. temple staff have been informed that the announcement for their district has been made, although no one in the district has received the e-mail as yet. I wonder if the e-mails were delayed so they would not be a distraction from Gordon B. Hinckley's funeral services last Saturday.
- I've added red dots for the Utah temples. I'm guessing that the outliers in Utah will get New FamilySearch before the heavy-volume Wasatch Front temples.
- I've added a red dot over the top of the Rexburg temple which will be operational after dedicatory services starting Saturday.
- I've added lots of international temples to the tables: Adelaide, Asuncion, Brisbane, Buenos Aires, Copenhagen, Madrid and Preston.
- I've added a target date of 26-Feb-2008 for Las Vegas and Redlands, CA.