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“Increasing Productivity on NFS with Sharing Time”

Andrea Schnakenburg

Categories: LDS, S

Talk Abstract:
SharingTime(TM) is a new tool that integrates into new FamilySearch. It allows you to auto-search quickly dozens of Internet sources, e-mail collaborators in seconds to validate sources, and focus your research on ancestors that are closest to being ready for temple work. You can identify groups of ancestors that may have records in one place and break through the dead ends on your family tree. These topics and others will be discussed today about how to increase your productivity using SharingTime (TM).

Speaker Bio:
Andrea Schnakenburg is the Design Director and Training Coordinator at Ohana Software. After graduating from BYU, she started work as a web designer. It didn’t take long for her to catch the genealogy bug and she has been teaching classes for 3 years now. She lives in Provo, Utah with her husband of 5 years and their 1 year old daughter.

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