Organizing with Evernote

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  1. Russ says:

    Tami,

    I keep Evernote open when attending Webinars. Like, right now, I am keeping notes on Liza Alzo's webinar even as we speak. Very handy tool.

    Will see how I can implement your comments in to my Evernote.

    Thank you,

    Russ

  2. Anglers Rest says:

    I downloaded Evernote during the week and had a little play using a pile of notes on my desk. I had no idea I wrote some many bits on post it notes! It does look to be a great piece of software and I like the linking with an iphone – and all for free with a facility to upgrade. What could be better?

  3. Thanks for this review and sharing application examples. We are currently analyzing online apps for a3genealogy.

  4. Great article, I have Evernote downloaded, but have not used it to it's potential. Thanks for sharing and the reminder! Nice "May I Introduce" column on you too! 😉

  5. Donna Becker says:

    Hadn't heard of Evernote until I read your blog post. Thanks! I'll check it out. BTW, I found you via Geneabloggers, just in case you're wondering. 🙂

  6. Carol says:

    Excellent article! Can you please tell us where you found the FTM State Availability Charts that you mentioned? Couldn't find it on their website.

  7. Geniaus says:

    Thanks for the post. I'll have another look at Evernote

  8. the direct url to the Vital Records Availability chart from Family Tree Magazine is http://familytreemagazine.com/upload/images/PDF/vitalrecords.pdf – It used to be under Research Toolkit > Cheat Sheets, I think, but I can't find it either now except to use the direct link. Good luck!

  9. Sharon says:

    I have used Evernote for work but not forbgenealogy. Must try it today.

  10. Shannon says:

    I would love more information on how you or others use evernote in your research. I have been trying to use it to capture all of my research and I would love to see how others do it.

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