RootsMagic Webinars – March and April 2012

They’re baaacck!  After releasing RootsMagic 5 late last year, the team at RootsMagic have been soooo busy they haven’t had time for new webinars, but now they’re back with a brand new batch of online video tutorials for you, so you can get the most out of your RootsMagic 5 program.

Scheduled throughout March and April 2012, you’ll find that these webinars are shorter and more detailed than previous ones. So for  the next several weeks mark you calendars, as they’ll be starting with  features that are new in RootsMagic 5.

  • Thursday, March 22 – New Source and Citation Features in RootsMagic 5
  • Thursday, March 29 – New Research Logs and Manager in RootsMagic 5
  • Thursday, April 5 – New Timeline View in RootsMagic 5
  • Thursday, April 12 – Installing and Upgrading Personal Historian 2
  • Thursday, April 19 – New County Check in RootsMagic 5
  • Thursday, April 26 – New Reports and Options in RootsMagic 5

To sign up for the free webinars, visit their webinar page at: http://www.rootsmagic.com/webinars. The times of each webinar (together with a timezone converter) is on this page, so everyone will be able to see just when it on in their part of the world.

And while you’re on the webinar page, scroll down and you’ll find links to the previous 29 webinars that they’ve done … all free and waiting for you to click on the Watch or Download button.  There’s classes for every RootsMagic user here, from beginners “Getting Started with RootsMagic” to classes for more advanced users, like “Creating Custom Reports with RootsMagic”. And there’s classes which everyone should watch like “Sources, Citations, and Documentation with RootsMagic”.

And if any of your are thinking about switching or upgrading to RootsMagic 5, check out the recent webinar “Installing and Upgrading to RootsMagic 5″ to see just what this program can do for you.

Use the RootsMagic webinars as a visual guide, or tutorial to really get the most our of your RootsMagic 5 program.

It's very calm over here, why not leave a comment?

Leave a Reply