A Complete Tutorial on Genealogy Organization
An in-depth look at a system for organization genealogical information without using surnames in the file names.
American Ancestors - Getting Organized in Genealogy
Methods for organizing research, findings, files, and other resources.
Ancestral Findings - How to Organize Your Digital Genealogy
Digging into Your Family Tree - Avoiding Common Problems, Part 2: File Management
Family Tree Magazine - 23 Secrets to Organize Your Genealogy Free eBook
Family Tree Magazine - 9 Habits of Highly Organized Genealogists
FamilySearch - Organizing Your Paper Files Using File Folders
FamilySearch Wiki - Organize your genealogy
FamilySearch Wiki - Organize Your Records
FamilySearch Wiki - Organizing Your Files
FamilySearch Wiki - Organizing Your Information (National Institute)
Genealogy Pants - Five Goals You Should Set for 2020: Part 1, Get Organized
Genealogy Pants - Five Goals You Should Set for 2020: Part 2, Set an Education Plan
Genealogy Pants - Five Goals You Should Set for 2020: Part 3, Business or Professional Goals
Genealogy Pants - Five Goals You Should Set for 2020: Part 4, Research Goals
Genealogy Pants - Five Goals You Should Set for 2020: Part 5, Writing Goals
Genealogy-Organizing Your Research (YouTube)
GenealogyBlog - Piles of Paper – Part 1
By William Dollarhide
GenealogyBlog - Piles of Paper – Part 2
GenealogyBlog - Piles of Paper – Part 3
GenealogyBlog - Piles of Paper – Part 4
Guide to Family History Research - Organizing Your Family Records
By Desmond Walls Allen and Carolyn Earle Billingsley.
How to Organize Handouts and Thumb Drives for Genealogy Research | Folder Marker Blog
What is MUD Log, why is it better to use Google Spreadsheets instead of standard Excel for creating a log, how to name USB, and other tips – all the answers you can find down below.
How to Organize Your Paper Files
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