How can I keep trace of registers I go trough in an efficient way?
Sometimes I have problems in keeping trace about the registers I analyze for a person, so I'm sure I go through the same register two times. I use a paper where I wrote the registers I saw, but sometimes I forget to write something and in this way I put a lot of time in writing information I could even lose. Which is the best method I can follow? Are there functionalities in FS tree I can use for that or even other softwares? Many thanks!
see answer to the same question here: https://community.familysearch.org/s/question/0D54V00004zkFIoSAM/how-can-i-keep-trace-of-registers-i-go-trough-in-an-efficient-way0
Is this in reference to "Indexing"?0
Thank you @Dennis J Yancey ! My question is related in particular in research into the FS catalog when documents have not been indexed yet. Regards0
I just have no idea what you are referring to as to "trace registers"
you should be able to download the entire image to your local computer - and not lose anything
You can also use a Word processor - for any note taking.0
Sorry Dennis but my English is not so good, I used the wrong verb, the correct one is "keep trace". Thank you0
either way it is not understood
I believe the question is "how do I keep track of which registers/records I've already looked through?".0
Dear @Julia Szent-Györgyi many thanks the question you wrote is the right question! In other words it could be also "Is it possible to have a log of my researches directly in my FS tree"? If not are there some other valid alternatives? Regards0
I would use some sort of Research LOG
to keep track of your research on line