YOU'LL LOVE THIS IF:
- you're an Evernote user and want to make the most of the program
- you've heard a lot about Evernote and want to see how it can enhance your genealogy research
- you do your genealogy on-the-go, in libraries, courthouses and cemeteries, and want to increase your mobile productivity
Presenter: Lisa Louise Cooke
Duration: 60 minutes
You know Evernote, the popular free online program, primarily as a method of taking notes. It allows you to save your genealogy to the cloud and open it on any device, from laptop to tablet to smartphone. However, the software has far more features than initially meet the eye. This special presentation will introduce you to hidden Evernote tools designed to increase your family research productivity. From mastering the web clipper to linking between notebooks, this hour-long webinar by expert Lisa Louse Cooke will be sure to satisfy the mobile genealogist.
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN:
- Quick Keys: Help you get things done faster
- Search Operators: Digging deeper and faster into your notes
- Shortcuts: Learn how to set them up to accomplish repetitive tasks faster
- Reminders: Help you track and meet deadlines
- Note Sharing: Collaboration just got easier
- Source Citation: Merging notes to include sources; Source Citation with “Info” feature
- Web Clipper Bookmarklet: A hack for adding the web clipper to your mobile tablet’s browser
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Lisa Louise Cooke is the owner of Genealogy Gems, a genealogy and family history multi-media company. She is Producer and Host of the Genealogy Gems Podcast, the popular online genealogy audio show available at GenealogyGems.com, in iTunes, and through the Genealogy Gems app, and free toolbar. Her podcast brings genealogy news, research strategies, expert interviews and inspiration to genealogists in 75 countries around the world, and recently celebrated it’s 1 millionth download!
In addition to Genealogy Gems, Lisa works closely with Family Tree Magazine as producer and host of the Family Tree Magazine Podcast, a regular article author for the magazine, and curriculum developer and instructor for Family Tree University.