Category Archives for "Organization"
In my last post I shared some of my goals I would like to work on in the next 13 weeks of the Genealogy Do Over. Before I could get down to making research plans I wanted to upgrade my laptops operating system and programs. As I’ve mentioned before I use Linux my primary operating […]Continue reading
A few weeks ago Thomas MacEntee announced a new project on the Geneabloggers site. It’s the Genealogy Do Over and wow has it gathered a lot of attention in the genealogy community! There is even a Facebook group with over 1000 members. The basic idea behind the Genealogy Do Over is to put aside ALL […]Continue reading
When I was on Fold3 the other day I noticed a new feature. You can now save a record directly to a person on your Ancestry.com tree. This doesn’t really surprise me as Ancestry bought Fold3 not that long ago. I’m glad they decided to make this available! I decided to give it a try […]Continue reading
Organizing your digital files is so important. It is so easy to misplace important files in the abyss of your hard drive! Not to mention having your files properly organized makes it so much easier to back up your data to the cloud or an external hard drive for safe keeping. When I first started adding my genealogy records […]Continue reading
With the snow flying and cold wind blowing I decided to sit at my pc with my hot coco today and do some organizing. I have been collecting links and other info for some time and it’s getting harder to find things. The first thing I did was start using Facebook Lists. I made one […]Continue reading
When I started working on my family tree again this fall I started gathering a large number of images and data. I started with a 2 week trial membership on Ancestry and downloaded all the BMD records and census images that I needed. As long as things were attached to my Ancestry tree this was […]Continue reading