Two of the features I like best in Evernote are geotagging and audio Notes. Geotagging allows me to attach geographical metadata to my Notes, and the audio recording feature allows me to record audio and generate a Note with an embedded media player for that audio file. The combination of these two features makes for an easy always-handy good quality tool to capture mobile family history interviews since I never go anywhere without my iPhone.
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This past year, I have finally started keeping research logs for my genealogy research. Evernote is a natural fit for my workflow and needs when it comes to maintaining these logs. My workflow is simple and easy, and I can access these logs from every computer and mobile device.
I have been using Evernote for 4-1/2 years, and using it to organize my genealogy research for a few years. With so much chatter lately among my fellow genealogists who have been discovering this valuable tool, I thought I’d start sharing my own fine-tuned system and tips.
My findings investigating a possible Overdrive ebook and audiobook for my church library. Pricing, technical issues, collection development issues, organizational issues, and funding issues.
How to add video thumbnails back into your custom YouTube Playlists, since Google discontinued the old custom players a year or so ago. Embedded playlists are great for your LibGuides and web projects.