Your family history research has taken you hours of searching and collecting; why wouldn't you want to share it with others? With FHnotebook you can share your research with friends, family, and fellow researchers. When you share an item with others, they can see and add to what you've accomplished. You can share entire notebooks, individual documents, and tasks.
Here are a few specific scenarios where sharing could be useful for you:Read More
In the last post I explained how to set up some notebooks to help you organize your family history research in your FHnotebook account. Today I’m going to explain how you can use another FHnotebook feature, categories, to help you find what you need even more easily.Read More
Before you can use your Family History Notebook account to store pieces of your family story, you’ll need to set up some notebooks in your account. Notebooks act as containers for the records, photos, videos, audio recordings, and tasks you put in FHnotebook. Each notebook has a name, so they’re easy to use for organizing your research.Read More
The idea behind Family History Notebook is a simple one: You should be able to keep your family's entire story in one secure place. These days you can find fragments of your family story on numerous research websites, in microfilm collections, in boxes of old family journals and photos, and with your living relatives. All these pieces are stored in different places; some of those places aren’t as secure as you might like. Your home is a safe place to store hard copies of everything—until your research is met with a house fire, a flood, or a small child with a permanent marker.Read More