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How to Organize Your Genealogy Research Space
7/3/2014
Overwhelmed by clutter? Convinced there’s a better way to tackle your genealogy to-do list? Get ideas to organize your research and maximize your results with our look inside the workspaces and best practices of six professional genealogists.
When you sit down to work on your genealogy, can you pick up where you left off? Or do you get distracted by the clutter around you? Do you forget whether you already requested Great-great-grandma’s obituary? Pause to hunt for your notebook and a pen?
 
A streamlined workspace—whether it’s a whole spare room or a corner that doubles as bill-paying central—will make your genealogy research more organized and productive. The right setup and tools for the way you work can make the difference between jumping right into a research session and spending 20 minutes getting ready to begin.
Our inside look at the workspaces of six professional genealogists reveals the office arrangements, tools and best practices that promote research efficiency. You’ll find tips, tricks and new ideas to help you make your workspace and your workflow more, well, workable.
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