Inviting people to Dropbox is simple. It’s also a question that gets asked over and over again, so the answer is worth repeating. This post was originally published in May 2012. It’s been updated to reflect the latest version of Dropbox. Continue reading
There are many ways to use tags in Legacy and creating a search list is just one of them.
I’ve heard people say they don’t know how to use tags so I’ll give you an example. Continue reading
Your unlimited online backup too slow? Too expensive? Too complicated? I’m trying Basket Cloud Storage and so far I’m happy.
It’s everything I like about online backup and nothing I don’t. Continue reading
Besides scanning originals using best practices, the other way to preserve image quality is to not make it any worse.
I’m speaking of the JPGs we download from various online databases, family trees, photo-sharing sites, etc. Continue reading
If you don’t have time-staggered file backups yet in different locations, you’re not paying attention to the ongoing litany of file-loss disasters. Continue reading
If you’re filing by MRIN in Legacy, you’ll find it useful to put your MRINs in the User ID field. That way you can show them on some of the name lists instead of the default RINs. I find the Name List particularly useful. Continue reading
This is a simple thing to do with Source Detail in Legacy that keeps things straighter than they might be otherwise. Sometimes I find the detail of one source is slightly different from another. Not totally different, just slightly off. Continue reading
I recently inherited a ‘multimedia’ folder – an assortment of over 7,000 photos and records with virtually no identification. Continue reading
People generally think that not citing your sources is the worst genealogical crime in existence. It isn’t. The worst crime, IMO, is scanning photos at their original size and saving them as JPG. Continue reading
The preamble to this is a long story so I’ll go straight to the punch line. How do you choose your export options for a Legacy file? Continue reading