Monday, 22 May, 7 pm
Ridgewood Public Library Auditorium
Presenter: Rick Fogarty
For genealogists of all skill levels, choosing the right software can be a difficult task. The rise of popularity in genealogy has given way to the development of a variety of platforms that offer a large number of functions for research projects.
Whether simply trying to organize your family database or starting a family history publishing project, the right software can make these tasks easier and efficient. This lecture will look at the history of family history software to help demonstrate why the products have become so numerous. Topics included will help with understanding cloud-based options, tree syncing, and open-source products.