Combined May-June Newsletter
There will be a combined newsletter to be delivered shortly after our May RUG meeting because we want to include as much information as possible from our Anniversary event. There will be no newsletter in June, but we will resume our normal newsletter delivery schedule in July.
Program Topics Beyond May
Session I - "Autosomal DNA Clustering vs Triangulation" by Jim Bartlett - Onsite!
Session II - Bring your laptops! How to do a Backup and Restore - and other help.
July 13 — No Meeting — Local members get-together at JukeBox Diner on Columbia Pike
August 10 — No Meeting — Local members get-together at JukeBox Diner on Columbia Pike
Session I - "101 Ways to Design a Pedigree Chart" by Janet Horvorka (remote) - Details below
Session II - Bring your laptops! Hands-on interactive help.
101 Ways to Design a Pedigree Chart - If clients and family members aren't clamoring for more, you're not showing it off effectively. Come learn advanced tools for visual presentation--the most power communication tool for the genealogist. We'll show off our 2019 annual favorites and the current design trends for displaying your genealogy. Be inspired with what you can do with your precious family research. [Note that .vcf files can be created from TMG and sent.]
Session I - TBD by Susan Johnston (remote)
Session I - Current topics in DNA with examples by Steve Ullrich
Annual Business Meeting
Our priority is to offer presentations that address questions related to updating, protecting and sharing the precious data carefully collected within our TMG projects. Drawing on the useful tips in Terry Reigel's article titled "The Future for TMG Users" (see
http://tmg.reigelridge.com/future.htm), we are offering programs focused on TMG's unique strengths. A second goal is to provide programs about sharing data through Reports, Second Site and GEDCOM. The third goal is to highlight non-TMG resources that offer benefits to members, such as TMG Utility, cloud-based services and DNA.
Please suggest presenters and topics, or volunteer yourself to speak at RUG meetings onsite or remotely via join.me. Suggestions should be addressed to:
Programs at Rootsusers.Org
Important Information — JOIN.ME
Be aware that the latest JOIN.ME app for Windows or Mac requires users to create a NEW FREE account when they open the app before you can join the RUG meeting as usual.
Download the join.me app from the
http://www.join.me/apps website by clicking on the applicable mobile or desktop app. There is a Q&A page on the website which can help if you are having difficulties —
Note that you still do NOT need to pay and download the full-featured version of the software or download the free trial to join the meeting. Simply download one of the free apps.