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The Research Like a Pro Genealogy Podcast

May 6, 2019

In our podcast episode today, Diana and I discuss how to create a genealogy reference center in Evernote. Do you have stacks of handouts from genealogy conferences and classes? What are you doing with that blog post or online article you know you’ll need in the future? Can you quickly find reference information that you saved from a lecture? Knowing how to access these items can help you become more efficient in your genealogy research. Diana shares the strategies she uses. Listen to find out if she convinces Nicole to start using Evernote more often.


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Evernote Links

Create Your Own Genealogy Reference Center with Evernote - post by  Diana


Evernote Web Clipper - Chrome Web Store

Evernote Compare Plans - Evernote Information Page

Evernote and Google Drive - Evernote Information Page

Evernote Upload Limits - Evernote Help Center

How to annotate images and PDFs in Evernote - Evernote Help Center

Study Group - more information and email list

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