Genealogical Research · Genealogy Basics

What’s Evernote for genealogy?

I was at a recent meeting of my local genealogy group when a member asked the group: Does anyone use Evernote for genealogy?

I put up my hand.

For the folks who’d like all my Evernote posts in one blog, here you are. If you’d like to go straight to seeing how Evernote works, start with the Intro to Evernote post.

Apr 1 – The background story of why I opted to move to a paperless system

You can’t carry it all with you: How I moved from paper to e-files and put a rocket booster under my genealogical research

Apr 8 – 6 factors to consider when thinking about how to organize your genealogical research

Your genealogy research process – it doesn’t have to be painful but it does have to work

Apr 15 – 3 categories of filing systems

How E-files, paper files & in-between files: Organizing your genealogical research

Apr 28 – A video intro to Evernote

Evernote for genealogy

May 8 – A how to video on saving docs to Evernote, using Ancesty as an example

Evernote for genealogy – Saving Ancestry docs in Evernote

Jun 2 – Using Evernote to tackle documents that are hard to categorize but you want to keep nevertheless

Using Evernote for genealogy: F-A-N research

Postscript

As you can see, I’m an ardent researcher, process freak and lover of Evernote. If you have a particular question you’d like to me to cover in a future post, please leave a comment below.

 

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