Tech Tools for Geneabloggers: Series 1 - Trello
I have begun a new series of video tips and I have release these on my YouTube Channel.
The first in the series is Trello for Planning your Ancestral Storyboards. There are 10 short videos in this series:
10 Trello Tech Tips Videos
- How to Setup your Ancestral Storyboard in Trello
- How to Create your Ancestral Storyboard from a Template
- How to Organise your Ancestral Storyboard Lists
- How to Organise your Ancestral Storyboard Cards
- How to Add a Cover image for your Ancestral Storyboard Cards
- How to Add Checklists to your Ancestral Storyboard Cards
- How to Add Links and Labels to your Ancestral Storyboard
- How to Customise your Ancestral Storyboard
- How to Duplicate and Share your Ancestral Storyboard
- How to add Graphics and Documents to your Ancestral Storyboard
I use Trello consistently now for planning out my Ancestral Storyboard. Each board contains Lists and Cards appropriate for the Ancestral line I am following with information, vital details, and images to help prompt my story creations. I use the storyboard to keep track of which ancestors I am writing about and planning to write stories about.
See below for an example of my Training Storyboard that features in each of these Video tips.
I hope you enjoy these tips and if you are a Trello fanatic like me, please comment with your own ideas for improving our use of Trello to plan our ancestral storyboards.
PS You will find some extended lessons on using Trello and building Ancestral Cards in the FREE Family Story Magic course.have
Tech Tools for Geneabloggers: Series 2 - Evernote
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The second in the series is Evernote for Organising your Ancestral Research Results. There are 10 short videos in this series:
10 Evernote Tech Tips Videos
- How to Setup and Customise your Evernote account
- How to manage your Evernote navigation
- How to Create Notebooks and Add Notes to Evernote
- How to add data to your Notes
- How to use the Evernote Web Clipper
- How to add photos and tasks to Notes
- How to add and filter with Tags in Evernote
- How to add and use Stacks to organise Evernote Notebooks
- How to share your Evernote with others
- How to customise your Evernote home page with Widgets
I use Evernote consistently to record the results of the research of my family history. Whenever I find a Birth, Baptism, Marriage, Death, or Burial record in my research, I copy the transcript and paste it into a Note about that Ancestor, inside a Notebook about that Family Group.
This process keeps all of my research results together in one place in the cloud for ease of access and sharing with others.
See below for an example of my Evernote Notebooks.
I hope you enjoy these tips and if you are an Evernote fanatic like me, please comment with your own ideas for improving our use of Evernote to organise your ancestral research records.
You will find some extended lessons on using Evernote and storing the results of your ancestral research in this course from my Academy
How to Organise your Genealogy Research
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