Organising your Research with Evernote
October 5, 2020 7:15 PM - 9:00 PM
by Phil Isherwood; talk commences at 8pm. The talk will take place via Zoom.
Evernote is the best known, and arguably most useful, of a family of recent technology tools that helps users with note taking, organising, task management and archiving. Its usefulness for genealogy has been recognised by many in recent years. Phil will explain what the application is, how it works and show practical examples of how he has used it to transform the organisation of his genealogy projects.
Phil has worked in the software industry for 30 years. He is interested in the use of structured methods and innovative tools in both genealogy and his professional life. Earlier this year he gave a talk to the society on Research Methodologies.
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