Family Tree is coming, in all its technical glory. They say. I have faith. And then we’ll be able to share our data in a happier way.
I’m smitten and here’s some reasons you should be too. … [continued]
The ongoing post-Intellishare adventures with Cuz. It’s a good thing I’ve never tried to make a living as a diplomat. While I’d be thinking about how to make all the people happy all the time the situation would be long gone and I’d be left standing in the dust still thinking. … [continued]
When you’re trying to use IntelliShare to get two family files merged and your cousin, the bloodhound, is being derailed by research questions, you just need some good ammunition to get her back on track.
Because my SOURCES folder contains documents not related to the MasterFile, I set up a Syncback profile that only sends the relevant documents to the MasterFile SOURCES folder in our shared Dropbox folder. … [continued]
OK. We’ve started with Legacy’s IntelliShare. With the file-name MasterFile. We could have named it anything.
We decided my family file should be the starting point because my file is the one with the MRIN’s already defined to follow the MRIN Filing System. It’s already linked to source documents, thousands of source citations and the portraits. My cousin already files her paper by marriages so we’re close to having the same system, hers just lacking the numbers right now. … [continued]