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Exciting Discoveries – Organising Your Family History
Are you wanting to get your family history research organised? Join Fiona as she takes you step by step the process of setting up a system that works for both physical and digital records including your DNA records. Explore other material that you may have also hoarded… whoops I mean collected… and get some tips on staying organised.
Are you wanting to get your family history research organised? Join Fiona as she takes you step by step the process of setting up a system that works for both physical and digital records including your DNA records. Explore other material that you may have also hoarded… whoops I mean collected… and get some tips on staying organised.
Fri, April 12 2024: 5:00 UTC
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Filing – Unlocking Order in Chaos
Learn how to capture and organize your digital information better. We’ll talk about folders, downloading, the snipping tool, creating files and tags. But most importantly you need practice consistency across all these actions.
Learn how to capture and organize your digital information better. We’ll talk about folders, downloading, the snipping tool, creating files and tags. But most importantly you need practice consistency across all these actions.
Fri, January 12 2024: 14:00 UTC
1:25:49
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Putting it All Together: Making Sense of All the Research You’ve Done
If you are like most genealogists, over the years you’ve amassed a mountain of documents, binders and files. You want to tell the story of your family, but don’t know where or how to begin. This lecture is for you. Robyn will share examples of the kinds of tables and tools she uses to organize, analyze and properly cite all those records you have collected. Get better organized. Understand what records you already have. Get rid of all those papers. Cite your sources with ease. Finally– put it all together!
If you are like most genealogists, over the years you’ve amassed a mountain of documents, binders and files. You want to tell the story of your family, but don’t know where or how to begin. This lecture is for you. Robyn will share examples of the kinds of tables and tools she uses to organize, analyze and properly cite all those records you have collected. Get better organized. Understand what records you already have. Get rid of all those papers. Cite your sources with ease. Finally– put it all together!
Thu, June 15 2023: 0:00 UTC
1:22:36
How Do I Keep All This Stuff Straight: Organizing Your Research
Don’t let the “stuff” of genealogy overwhelm your space or your computer files. Organized research can save you time and money and help guide you to the next big breakthrough!
Don’t let the “stuff” of genealogy overwhelm your space or your computer files. Organized research can save you time and money and help guide you to the next big breakthrough!
Wed, May 24 2023: 18:00 UTC
1:18:39
4.7K views
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The 5 steps to organizing your DNA in 2023
Staying organized in your genetic genealogy research could mean the difference between celebrating the toppling of a brick wall, and beating your head against that same brick wall. Let’s chat about how our DNA testing companies are making it even easier for you to keep your DNA organized in 2023.
Staying organized in your genetic genealogy research could mean the difference between celebrating the toppling of a brick wall, and beating your head against that same brick wall. Let’s chat about how our DNA testing companies are making it even easier for you to keep your DNA organized in 2023.
Wed, January 4 2023: 19:00 UTC
1:36:53
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Mastering Digital Filing for Genealogists
Every genealogist feels that digital filing is out of their control. It can be an overwhelming process to keep track of all of the documents, images, and files that end up on our computers and devices. How do we even start to tackle this virtual pile of filing? What tools and processes will work best for you? We will discuss all of this and how to maintain digital filing as we research.
Every genealogist feels that digital filing is out of their control. It can be an overwhelming process to keep track of all of the documents, images, and files that end up on our computers and devices. How do we even start to tackle this virtual pile of filing? What tools and processes will work best for you? We will discuss all of this and how to maintain digital filing as we research.
Fri, September 23 2022: 18:00 UTC
1:24:44
From Piles to Files: Organize Your Genealogy
Years of research can generate many documents. To keep track of all your valuable information, a workable organization plan is a must. Can you find the documents you have? When you receive a new document, do you know exactly where you’re going to put it so that you will find it easily? The lecture will discuss organization methods for paper and digital files.
Years of research can generate many documents. To keep track of all your valuable information, a workable organization plan is a must. Can you find the documents you have? When you receive a new document, do you know exactly where you’re going to put it so that you will find it easily? The lecture will discuss organization methods for paper and digital files.
Wed, February 23 2022: 19:00 UTC
1:00:06
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Organization: Create a Finding Aid to Locate Your Records
Organization: Create a Finding Aid to Locate Your Records
Organization: Create a Finding Aid to Locate Your Records
Sat, January 29 2022: 0:00 UTC
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Organize Your Digital Files in 3 Easy Steps
Diane Boumenot gives you tips for getting your files under control, creating a file structure and developing naming patterns.
Diane Boumenot gives you tips for getting your files under control, creating a file structure and developing naming patterns.
Fri, November 5 2021: 0:00 UTC