Lorel will be presenting a free Sort Your Story workshop on Saturday, March 10, 2012 at the California Genealogical Society Library.
The class is currently full but a wait-list has been created. Please sign up as there is a possibility another class may be added at a later time.
Amateur and professional genealogists have discovered that Sort Your Story is an effortless way to:
- Organize and de-clutter your family’s important documents and photos
- Store valuable and irreplaceable data in one place in case of emergency or loss
- Easily run reports to spot trends, similarities, missing data and more in order to build a complete picture of your family’s history
- Compile data for submission to ancestry sites or self publishers
- Simply and cost-effectively manage the vast amounts of data required to create a family history
Get started today! For just $19.99, you can instantly download Sort Your Story and begin organizing, de-cluttering and storing your family’s important information right on your computer. Sort Your Story’s online videos and tutorials are available to guide you every step of the way.
We’d love to hear from you if you have attended one of Lorel’s workshops in the past. Please leave your thoughts in the comment section.
Sort Your Story received two user reviews recently.
Thank you, Lorel. I got to where it would have taken until 4 p.m. to get me on board so I thought it better to wait for the Windows workshop. It was very helpful when you explained that sys is an adjunct instead of a competitor of Family Tree Maker. That is something I have been trying to figure out. As I said yesterday, you were amazingly patient with all of us. I didn’t realize it is not just MAC and Windows computers that are different, but apparently different brands too. Enough to drive anyone crazy! You will do well at the Roots Tech Conference! Susan
Thanks so much Lorel, for the very informative workshop at the Son’s of Norway hall last Saturday. When you schedule the other classes could we have them at a time other than the 2nd and 3rd Saturdays of the month so they do not conflict with the NCMUG SIG meetings, please?
It would be nice if the SIGs were run the way your class was, with people using laptops, and tablets, and actually accomplishing something right at the meeting.
Hope Salt Lake city is rewarding. Kathleen
Have you used Sort Your Story? What are your thoughts on the product?
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