Evernote for Family Historians

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Media: BOOK - paperback, 44 pages
Author: C. Riley
Year: 2015
ISBN: 9781925323061
Other: b&w & colour photos, addresses, index
Publisher: Unlock the Past

Family historians have more need than most people to be organised. We have a lot of electronic and paper files in different places in different formats.

Evernote can collect everything together, all in one place:
- digitised images and digital photographs
- scanned documents
- research notes and database printouts
- PDFs and ebooks
- web pages and links emails
- voice recordings and family videos

We can organise all of this treasure, access it quickly and easily, and synchronise it between our computers, phones and tablets. We can search across and within files, share with others and collaborate on projects.

Evernote can change the way we go about our research and can reduce the need for printing and hardcopy storage. You can also use Evernote to organise other areas of our lives - writing, travelling, shopping, finances, technology - the possibilities are limitless.

Evernote can change your life, and this book will show you how.

What is Evernote?
Getting started
- Sign up
- Account settings
- Cost
- Setting up Notebooks
- Creating tags
- Display
- Apps for your phone or tablet
- Web Clipper
- Create a new note
- Email
- Apps for your phone or tablet
- Web Slipper
- Scan your paper documents
- Notebooks
- Notes
- Tags
- Organise your tags
- Sync
- Archiving
- Searching tips
- Search terms
- Saved searches
- Email
- By public URL
- Chat
Family history
- Research resources
- Lecture notes
- Checklists
- Writing
- Blogging
- Projects
Not just family history
- Can I delete my account?



2 Reviews
  • Evernote for Family Historians

    Posted by Lesley-Anne Simpson on 12th Mar 2020

    The only comment I have to make is the font size in book is tiny...Would much rather it of been larger.
    Other than that the book is very helpful

  • Handy "how to.." for Evernote

    Posted by Gary B on 21st Jun 2019

    This is well written guide for Evernote based around Genealogical uses. I have used Evernote for the past 2 years and found it a valuable tool for my research. Carole Riley has ensured that the examples used in the book are relevant to family history and are her own real uses. This is a worth while addition to anyone who is using or wants to use Evernotes.

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