Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Ohana Software Webinars

The following is from Ohana Software.

Webinar & Class Schedule

   June & July 2012
 George Gershwin had the right idea when he penned, "Summer time and the livin' is easy." Since we are all busy with gardens, travel, family and outdoor living, we will offer one webinar in June and July.  Enjoy your summer but don't forget to take some time to expand your knowledge.
All webinars are FREE.

FamilyInsight: Beyond the Basics 2   
Presenter: Cina Johnson 
Customer Service and Training - Ohana Software/Real-Time Collaboration

If you are comfortable using FamilyInsight but want to better utilize its features, this class is for you!  We will go beyond the basics of simple clean up and updating and show you how to use the program to better advantage.  Join this class to take your use of FamilyInsight to the next level!
Wednesday, June 13, 2012          Register Now
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM MDT

AncestorSync - Expanding the Horizons for Online Family Trees 
Presenter: Cina Johnson 
Customer Support & Training Ohana Software/Real-Time Collaboration

AncestorSync, an exciting new product from Real-Time Collaboration, provides you with a new way to keep your personal family history synchronized with online family trees.  Download or upload your tree,  update your tree in the genealogy program of your choice or online and synchronize the changes back and forth.  You can create your tree to work with several different genealogy programs and keep them all up to date.  We have other exciting features to reveal so don't miss the excitement.  AncestorSync takes synchronizing to a new level!  

Thursday, July 12, 2012          Register Now
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM MDT 

  If there is a family history topic you would like to learn more about, send your suggestion towebinars@ohanasoftware.com and we'll see what we can do. 

Can't make it to a webinar?  Need a review?  Watch a recording at:http://www.ohanasoftware.com/?sec=webinars&page=WebinarArchive
Thank you for your interest in Ohana Software Family History Webinars.  Aloha!

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