You’ve heard about MemoryWeb on The Photo Detective Podcast now learn how digital organizing works and how MemoryWeb can help. It’s the digital photo organizer created by genealogists for genealogists.
Join my three-part series on organizing your photos.
You’ve heard me talk about how I use MemoryWeb to organize all my photos–both those of family and those I use for my Photo Detective business. I can find a photo including its metadata in seconds. I can even export all of that information if I need to. I’ve looked for years for a full-service digital photo organizer. That’s why I created this three-part series. I know that many of you have invested in the MemoryWeb and have questions on how to get the most out of the program.
Session 1: Digital Photo Organizing: The Overview and Basic Tips for Using MemoryWeb
Technology can be overwhelming. You’re thinking you don’t need another program, but I strongly suggest you use a digital organizer. One that works for you, one that keeps all of your data with the images. If you’re like me then you likely have photos on your desktop, your phones/tablets, and then you have all the images you are scanning. ALL of those photos can be organized in one program.
In this session, I will talk about basic tips for tackling all those scans and digital images. I’ll explain some of the basic features of MemoryWeb and how you can use it to gain control over all of your family photos. It’s an overview of best practices from syncing to editing tools to how to collaborate with cousins.
Session 2: Q & A with Nancy and Christopher Desmond of MemoryWeb
Christopher and Nancy Desmond are family historians like us. They know the types of challenges that come from arranging their photos for genealogical pursuits. This is your chance to ask them all your questions about using MemoryWeb.
Session 3: Advanced Memory Web Techniques
There is so much MemoryWeb can do! In this Advanced Memory Web Techniques session, I’ll deep dive into metadata and how to make it work for you. You can add metadata for people, places, keywords, captions, and basically anything you want. There is no limit. I’ll share my best practices for using metadata for image retrieval. Some of the other are amazing features I’ll be covering are back/front linking, a built-in family tree, and mapping your images. You’ll gain more control over all those images on all your devices and in many family history platforms.
This e-masterclass is a three-part series. You don’t have to be live to watch it, you can view the replay. It’s being offered for a special price of $49.99. per person for all three sessions.
In this Masterclass you’ll learn:
- Finally learn how to electronically wrangle and organize all of your digital photos in one place. Whew.
- What is a digital photo organizer and why you should use one
- Best practices for digital organizing
- Three steps to weeding your collection
- What is MemoryWeb and how it differs from other organizers
- Desktop and App: Making the Most of the Platform
- What you need to know about Automatic Syncing
- A comparison of various platforms and photo practices
- Master Metadata and Find Your Photos
- Export Your Photos with Data
- Dynamically search Your MemoryWeb Family Tree
- Collaborate with Others
- Mapping Your Images
- How much storage comes with the program?
- What if my phone is lost/my computer crashes?
- What happens to my images when my trial ends?
You can sign up for MemoryWeb for a 30% discount by using this link
You’ve heard about MemoryWeb on The Photo Detective Podcast now learn how digital organizing works and how MemoryWeb can help. It’s the digital photo organizer created by genealogists for genealogists. This is a three-part Master Class.