Evernote Guide Bundles on Sale for 30% off MSRP

Family Roots Publishing recently purchased quantities of four popular Evernote guides, and has made bundles of three items for both Windows and Mac users. Since many genealogists find Evernote to be essential to research, we’re sure that our readers will be interested in these offerings.

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First – We are offering a bundle for those genealogists who are using the Windows operating system. The sale price is just $30.72 per bundle (plus $5.50 p&h – a savings of $5 in postage when purchased in this bundle).

This bundle is made up of three popular Evernote guides. They are:

Click on the links to see each item. Use your back arrow to return to this page and order the bundle.

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Secondly – We are also offering a bundle for those genealogists who are using the Mac operating system. This bundle is also made up of three popular Evernote guides. They are:

Click on the links to see each item. Use your back arrow to return to this page and order the bundle.

Following are descriptions of the four individual items:

How to Use Evernote for Genealogy, A Step-by-Step Guide to Organize Your Research and Boost Your Genealogy Productivity; by Kerry Scott; 240 pg; Paperback; 7×9.125; Published: 2015; ISBN: 9781440343834; Item # FNW19; Available at 25% off individually during the sale period – or at 30% off in the bundle.

This comprehensive user guide will teach family history buffs how to harness the powerful, time-saving organization features of Evernote’s free software and mobile apps to manage their genealogy research.

Features step-by-step instructions for managing different types of genealogy information, from research notes to document images, plus templates and cheat sheets to streamline note-taking.

This is only Evernote book on the market geared specifically to genealogists’ needs, with tricks to speed up research tasks as well as real-life examples showing how to put the strategies into action.

The following is from the Table of Contents:

  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1: Getting Acquainted With Evernote
  • Chapter 2: Getting Started in Evernote
  • Chapter 3: Organizing in Evernote
  • Chapter 4: Finding Data in Evernote
  • Chapter 5: Taking Advantage of Tags
  • Chapter 6: Using Different Types of Data
  • Chapter 7: Sharing and Collaborating
  • Chapter 8: Putting it All Together
  • Chapter 9: Syncing and Securing Your Evernote Data on Mobile Devices
  • Chapter 10: Enhancing Evernote With External Tools
  • Chapter 11: Protecting Your Evernote files
  • Chapter 12: Troubleshooting
  • Appendix A: Evernote Quick Reference Guide
  • Appendix B: Census Extraction Templates
  • Appendix C: Genealogy Conference Planner
  • Appendix D: Research Worksheets and Templates

Genealogy at a Glance: Evernote; by Drew Smith; 4 pp., folded; Laminated; 8.5×11; ISBN: 9780806320182; Published: 2015; Item # GPC5448; Available at 15% off individually during the sale period, or at 30% off in the bundle.

Evernote is an amazing tool for genealogists and you can learn all about it in this handy 4-page laminated guide by Drew Smith, author of the popular Social Networking for Genealogists. As Mr. Smith explains in this easy-to-use guide, Evernote may be the most useful tool in your research kit.

What is Evernote? It is a free online service designed to capture and store nearly all kinds of digital information, including typed notes, handwritten notes, audio files, photos, documents, web pages, and e-mail. Synchronized across all your devices, including tablet, smartphone or smartwatch, it organizes everything from notes and files to blogs and Internet articles.

You can type notes using your device’s keyboard; create handwritten notes on a mobile device that supports a stylus; record an audio note using your device’s microphone; create a note from a photo taken with your tablet’s or smartphone’s built-in camera or with a desktop/laptop webcam, or from a photo that was taken earlier; create a note by capturing all or part of a web page in your browser; or make a note that originated as an e-mail you wrote or was sent to you.

In this clearly written guide Drew Smith shows you how to do all this and more, including how to share information with family members and how to publish individual notes on social media sites. While nearly all genealogists use a database program or an online family tree, Evernote provides a unique way to capture, organize, and search all kinds of supporting information.

Evernote for Windows for Genealogists; by Lisa L. Cooke; 4 pp.; Laminated, folded sheet; 8.5×11; Published: 2013; Item #: LU07; Available at 15% off individually during the sale period, or at 30% off in the bundle.

Evernote is the fastest-growing note-taking technology out there, so it is no wonder that it is incredibly popular with genealogists. You’ll want to keep this handy cheat sheet close at hand so that you can take advantage of all of Evernote’s powerful capabilities. Lisa has designed this genealogy reference guide to be easy to use and chock full of ways to maximize your research note-taking.

  • In this Quick Reference guide you’ll get:

    • Getting Started Checklist
    • Quick Key Break Out Boxes – packed with keystrokes to speed up your use of Evernote
    • Specialized Note-taking Actions
    • How to Get the Most Out of Clipping
    • Tips for Maneuvering the Desktop Client
    • Genealogical Organization Recommendations
    • Little Known Search Strategies
    • Specialized Genealogy Focused Techniques such as Source Citation Tips, Clipping Recommendations, and Using Reminders
    • Evernote Premium vs. Free Comparison

Evernote for Mac for Genealogists; by Lisa L. Cooke; 4 pp.; Laminated, folded sheet; 8.5×11; Published: 2014; Item #: LU08; Available at 15% off individually during the sale period, or at 30% off in the bundle.

Evernote is the fastest-growing note-taking technology out there, so it is no wonder that it is incredibly popular with genealogists. You’ll want to keep this handy cheat sheet close at hand so that you can take advantage of all of Evernote’s powerful capabilities. Lisa has designed this genealogy reference guide to be easy to use and chock full of ways to maximize your research note-taking.

In this Quick Reference guide you’ll get:

  • Getting Started Checklist
  • Quick Key Break Out Boxes – packed with Mac keystrokes to speed up your use of Evernote
  • Specialized Note-taking Actions
  • How to Get the Most Out of Clipping
  • Tips for Maneuvering the Desktop Client
  • Genealogical Organization Recommendations
  • Little Known Search Strategies
  • Specialized Genealogy Focused Techniques such as Source Citation Tips, Clipping Recommendations, and Using Reminders
  • Evernote Premium vs. Free Comparison

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