Save $10 on How to Use Evernote for Genealogists Course at Family Tree University

Save $10 on How to Use Evernote for Genealogists, a four-week course at Family Tree University - this course runs July 17th through August 11th and is led by Kerry Scott, author of How to Use Evernote for Genealogy. “As every genealogist knows, there comes a point where your piles of research threaten to become overwhelming! Before you end up hopelessly lost in your own family tree, learn how to use Evernote and gain control over your research. You’ll get handy tools for syncing your work across multiple platforms, methods of digitizing and organizing your files into a simple system of notes, notebooks, and stacks. Plus, you’ll take advantage of the ability to take pictures, web clippings, and scans of records, which you can share with other members of your family easily through email, Facebook, even Twitter! With this 4-week course and Kerry Scott’s great tips, keeping track of your family tree is about to get a lot easier!” Normally $99 USD, now just $89 if you use promo code TMEVERNOTE10 when you enroll online.
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How to Use Evernote for Genealogists, a four-week course at Family Tree University – this course runs July 17th through August 11th and is led by Kerry Scott, author of How to Use Evernote for Genealogy.

“As every genealogist knows, there comes a point where your piles of research threaten to become overwhelming! Before you end up hopelessly lost in your own family tree, learn how to use Evernote and gain control over your research. You’ll get handy tools for syncing your work across multiple platforms, methods of digitizing and organizing your files into a simple system of notes, notebooks, and stacks. Plus, you’ll take advantage of the ability to take pictures, web clippings, and scans of records, which you can share with other members of your family easily through email, Facebook, even Twitter! With this 4-week course and Kerry Scott’s great tips, keeping track of your family tree is about to get a lot easier!”

What You’ll Learn with How to Use Evernote for Genealogy

  • How to use Evernote to keep track of your family search results
  • The simple hierarchy of notes, notebooks, and stacks that will keep you organized
  • Step-by-step instruction on using search tools, tags, reminders, and to-do lists for your family tree
  • The different types of data and how you can put them together, from photos and records, to handwritten documents and emails
  • Easy methods for sharing your work
  • How to secure your genealogy research so that it doesn’t get damaged or destroyed

How To Use Evernote For Genealogy Book and E-book

How To Use Evernote For Genealogy Book and E-book

This course includes reading assignments from How to Use Evernote for Genealogy by Kerry Scott (Family Tree Books, 2015)This book is available for purchase in print and ebook formats at ShopFamilyTree and other online booksellers, or locate it in a library near you via WorldCat.

Instructor: Kerry Scott

“Kerry Scott used to be an HR executive. She finally realized she liked dead people better, so now she’s a genealogist. She’s obsessed with using technology to become a more efficient family historian, and she’s spent years developing tools and techniques to make Evernote work for both beginning and expert genealogists. Kerry teaches at Family Tree University, and writes an award-winning genealogy blog (Clue Wagon). Her roots are in the Midwest, but she now lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico.”

Save $10 on How to Use Evernote for Genealogists

Normally $99 USD, now just $89 if you use promo code TMEVERNOTE10 when you enroll online. Click HERE for more information – via Family Tree University

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