Category Archives: Evernote

Going Paperless: Digitizing Old Letters | Jamie Todd Rubin

Some good advice from Jamie Todd Rubin on saving old letters in Evernote. Going Paperless: Digitizing Old Letters | Jamie Todd Rubin.

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Superscripts with Evernote

One of my favorite programs, for genealogy as well as other things is Evernote.  It has always had one shortcoming, though, which is that the computer versions didn’t have a direct way to do superscripts.  That makes transcription of older … Continue reading

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Dealing with citations

The toughest technical challenge I have found with genealogy is citations.  Creating good citations is not easy and it slows down the rest of your work. Yes they are vital to doing good genealogy.  So how do you come to … Continue reading

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Taking conference notes with Evernote #ngs2012

I’ve been using Evernote to take my notes during sessions and it has been very handy.  The key is getting the syllabus and my notes in the same place, but that turns out to be easy to do on my … Continue reading

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Putting your Information into Evernote Part 4 – Email

The final method I will write about for getting information into Evernote is via email.  Putting email messages into Evernote that have some useful details on your research helps you put all of your information into one place, making it … Continue reading

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Putting your Information into Evernote Part 3 – At the Library

Evernote can be handy in a couple of ways when you are doing genealogical research at the library.  First, you have access to all the notes you have already saved.  More importantly, you can add what you learn to Evernote … Continue reading

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Putting your Information into Evernote Part 2 – Web images

In the last post I explained how to save content from web pages into Evernote.  In this post I will add one more way, and that is by importing images.  In genealogy this will mainly apply to scanned documents.  The … Continue reading

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Putting your Information into Evernote Part 1: Saving Web Pages

Earlier I wrote about the advantages of using Evernote for your genealogical information.  I’d now like to discuss different ways to get your information into Evernote.  I’ll be describing a lot of different methods over several posts, but don’t worry … Continue reading

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Using Evernote for Genealogy

Evernote is one of my favorite programs of any type, and it is a big help in genealogy.  It makes it easy to store information and to find it again later on.  It is especially helpful in a research-oriented field … Continue reading

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