Imagine having access to all your genealogy files wherever you are, as long as you have a computer or mobile device with you.
Imagine going on a library research trip without toting along paper files.
Imagine sharing a death certificate with a cousin with just a few clicks of the mouse.
Imagine eradicating your “papers to be filed” pile.
All those things are possible when you embrace a paperless genealogy lifestyle.
If the idea of going paperless feels a little overwhelming, have no fear. The Paperless Genealogy Guide is here to guide you through the process.
Written by Janine Adams of Organize Your Family History (an expert in genealogy organizing) and Brooks Duncan of DocumentSnap (an expert in going paperless), The Paperless Genealogy Guide covers:
- Capturing documents electronically both at home and on the road
- Document naming strategies
- Setting up a great file structure
- Keeping your precious documents safe and secure
- The tools you need (or don’t need) to go paperless the right way
The 44-page Paperless Genealogy Guide is written in plain, friendly English, by people who live and breathe this stuff. It will be updated regularly and you’ll be sent the updates free of charge.
It’s only $9 and instantly downloadable. And it comes with a 60-day, no hassle guarantee.
To learn more and to purchase, go to this page on the DocumentSnap website.