How to navigate revamped LDS.org site

by | Jan. 20, 2011

Everything Else

The number of reasons a person might type in the URL http://www.lds.org is pretty staggering.

Whether it be research, access to the annual curriculum, learning individual parts to hymns, revisiting conference videos, locating meetinghouses, staying up-to-date on humanitarian efforts, playing games with your kids (honestly, we’re not even scratching the surface yet) or any number of church-related activities, LDS.org places vast resources at one's fingertips.

But until recently, not all of the information at LDS.org was easily accessible.

Enter the new LDS.org. With a new design, three years’ worth of indexing and a mountain of user feedback, the website now offers users better search tools, a personalized study area, and easier access to ward and stake information.

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