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Tutorial: Note-Taking and Organizing With Evernote
7/1/2010
An introduction to Evernote, the disorganized genealogist's new best friend.
If you’re like most genealogists—especially those researching online—your finds far outstrip your ability to organize them all. Printouts from websites pile up and valuable info vanishes in the flood of uncategorized paper. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if all that “stuff” could be stored electronically so you could instantly search for ancestral names and other keywords? Even better would be a digital storehouse for your research that you could access from anywhere—even your cell phone—and that was safely backed up in the online “cloud.” 
 
Welcome to Evernote, the disorganized genealogist’s new best friend.
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