Recording our research on the FAN Club of our ancestors can be a time-intensive task. How many times have we inadvertently duplicated a record or found that we did not record one correctly? One tool to help keep track of our research is Airtable, an online platform for creating and sharing relational databases. It works in a similar way to a spreadsheet but is much more powerful. Enter your information into tables, create an association between the tables, and Airtable then links that data to make it easier for you to identify relationships. There is a free version of Airtable, and it is easy to use, even if you have never used a database before. Learn how to use Airtable to keep track of FAN club members, correspondence, research logs and images – a powerful tool that can extract data in seconds.