by Nicole Dyer
Do you work from multiple devices? Laptop, desktop, work computer, home computer, smartphone, iPad? Learn how to utilize the free tools at Google Drive and Google Docs to help keep your genealogy research organized. You can create research logs with Google Sheets, transcribe records into Google Docs, add document links to records you have saved within your Google Drive files and share your work with other genealogists. The comment feature is a powerful collaborative tool that allows you to give and receive feedback from others. Upload your image files, scanned records, and saved research documents to Google Drive to access them from any device. Sync your devices to back up your precious research online. Search through your Google Drive to easily find documents. No longer will your research documents be scattered in dusty file folders, desktop computers, and under-the-bed boxes. Putting all your research in one place will help you find what you need and make more progress.
Nicole Dyer is a professional genealogist, creator of FamilyLocket.com, and author of Find Names for the Temple: A Step-by-Step Method for Success and Research Like a Pro: A Genealogist’s Guide; Nicole and her husband live in Tucson, AZ with their children ages 8, 5, and 2. She and her mother, Diana Elder, AG, are hosts of The Research Like a Pro Genealogy Podcast. Nicole is the publicity chair of the Pima County Genealogy Society and volunteers at the Tucson Family History Center teaching family history storytime to children. Nicole holds a bachelor’s degree from BYU in History Teaching.
More RootsTech classes from Diana and Nicole
Would you like to come to more of our classes? Go to https://familylocket.com/rootstech to see our full schedule and learn more about our booth in the expo hall. You can meet with us in the speaker / unconferencing area of the expo hall this evening.
We are mother & daughter professional genealogists sharing ideas for finding ancestors and keeping them close to the heart. Check out our ‘how to’ articles on the blog, then check out our services page for professional research assistance. We are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Read more about us here. Thanks for visiting!
We are thrilled to have Robin Wirthlin as our genetic genealogist. Robin has a B.S. in Molecular Biology from BYU and a Certificate in Genealogical Research from Boston University.