Saturday, September 15, 2012

Webinar: Google Calendar now in the archives

Thanks to the loyal attendees who showed up early yesterday morning to take in the Creating a Google Calendar Workshop Webinar. The archived version is now available for everyone else who elected to sleep in.

Special thanks to Kathy for first coming up with the question that promoted this webinar. Her intention is to provide access to a "joint" Google calendar to all genealogy and historical societies within a 2-hour drive of her city in Tennessee. By granting permission to each society to have a designated contact person added to the list with access rights, Kathy won't have to create or modify each event. That effort will be delegated to each participating organization, as we do with the GeneaWebinars Calendar.

Special thanks also goes to my cousin Russ Worthington, author of two blogs:

Alternately, right-click the link below and select 'Save As...' or just click to save the file to your computer.

My webinars are in .mp4 format and can be viewed using Windows Media Player, iTunes and most other media players. Tech support has advised me of this free program that will also play the downloaded webinars.

To find out about future scheduled webinars, check out the GeneaWebinars Calendar and Blog. This is the central calendar created so all known genealogy webinar presenters and sponsors can post info about their upcoming events.

See also: DearMYRTLE's YouTube short subject videos:

Happy family tree climbing! 
Myrt     :)
Your friend in genealogy.

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