Joan Raney of North Carolina lamented that a couple in their 70s contacted her, asking how hard New FamilySearch is. "She thinks she is too old to learn."
Laura Scott of Florida responded, "I am 78 and learning every day." With a smile, she added, "[I] have to, as I am forgetting a lot too."
Aurale Huff of Texas, "81 and counting!" praised the new features in New FamilySearch (NFS) that help her submit genealogy for temple work. She counseled, "[You are] never too old if you truly want to learn!" Huff points out that users can use NFS, even if they have no computer, by going to a family history center (FHC). She also points out that NFS has a helper feature that allows others to help you out. Still, she's glad she took the time to learn the new system because "it is such fun to do our own."
For more information about NFS's Helper Feature, see the Ancestry Insider's recent article on the topic.