6 Tips to Build a Family Tree for Busy People

Tara Shymanski
Apr 12, 2024
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Welcome
1m 04s
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Introduction
55s
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1 Research as Zen Time
1m 45s
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2 Keep Track
15m 51s
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3 Organize as You Go
2m 34s
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4 Make a Plan
9m 49s
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5 Take Time to Analyze
9m 00s
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6 Creative Down Time
4m 41s
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Announcements / prizes
1m 54s
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Questions / answers
3m 32s

About this webinar

You want to research your family tree but just don’t have time. These 6 tips will help you stay organized and on track when you find time to research even if it’s only 15 to 30 minutes at a time.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Tara Shymanski is a professional genealogist who, at the age of 17, began researching her family history. Her childhood was filled with grandmothers, aunts, uncles, cousins, even a great-great aunt and uncle – providing cookies, hugs, and a watchf
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  1. XM
    Xana Miller
    6 days ago

    Thank you

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  2. DR
    Darlene Rice
    6 days ago

    I’ve been doing research for over 20 Years. I will defenatly be using these suggestions.

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  3. BP
    Berenice Pepe
    6 days ago

    Very well organizer and presented in such a easy flowing manner. I needed to hear this. Thank you

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  4. CW
    Cynthia Ward
    6 days ago

    Excellent

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  5. SL
    Susan Luce
    6 days ago

    Great presentation…hint to record what you’ve done would have gone a long way to saving me time! I wish I had started earlier documenting sources. But no, I got into research and kept going down those hard to miss rabbit holes again and again!!

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  6. VD
    Virginia Dunn
    6 days ago

    A treat to see Ontario resources used as examples; will definitly be viewing the webinar again to sort out areas I need to focus on.

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  7. EC
    Ellen Cosgrove
    6 days ago

    Lots of great information. I need to follow Tara Shymanski’s suggestions. Right now, I need to learn to focus on one line of the family and one person at a time. That, for me, is one of my biggest problems. I’m easily distracted while researching and I get lost and start searching another ancestor. It’s quite frustrating.

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  8. EF
    Erin Feathers
    6 days ago

    Very well organized materials, presented in an easily understood format.

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