Call for BETA testers

Call for BETA testers! Evidentia 2.2 introduces integrated FamilySearch functionality. I am looking for a few brave individuals to help me run it through its paces before general release.
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  • Do you have a (free) account with FamilySearch?
  • Are you familiar with the Family Tree on FamilySearch?
  • Do you have a few Evidentia proofs in your catalogue?
  • Do you have time to use Evidentia over the next couple of weeks?

We could sure use you!

Use the contact page at http://evidentiasoftware.com/contact-us/ to find out more!

Welcome New Users!

Special note: if you receive the message ‘Invalid License Key’, try entering the key in all caps. There is an issue where it LOOKS like its converting to caps but is not. We will fix this soon and apologize for the inconvenience.

With RootsTech 2014 in full swing, many of you are coming to this page as first time users, or checking us out for the first time. You have come to the right place! RootsTech_logo

You can find documentation, as well as lots of you tube videos on our Product Support Page. You can also check out our User Forum

I invite you to join our very active Evidentia Google+ Community – lots of advice, and a great way to get your questions answered fast.

Not on Google+? We also have a Facebook Page.

Want to get news, updates, and special deals? Join our Evidentia Users mailing list on Mail Chimp. We promise not to flood you with spam.

We want you to be successful with Evidentia, and try to provide lots of ways to help you reach your goals.

Ed

Now is the Time to Buy!

Still thinking it over?  The price of Evidentia will be going up with the coming release, but buy Evidentia 1.6 at the current sale price, and you will get a free upgrade to 2.0 when it is released!

The list price of Evidentia 2.0 will be increasing from $24.99 to $29.99, but you can purchase the current version for only $19.99 and get 2.0 free!

 

So what are you waiting for!?

 

BETA testing for Evidentia 2.0 has started!

Well, its official – BETA testing for Evidentia 2.0 has started.  Anyone purchasing Evidentia 1.x after Jan 1st will definitely  get a free upgrade to Evidentia 2.0.0 when it is released.

Once we have an official release date and price, we will determine who else will be eligible, and what the upgrade price will be (no more than 50% of retail).

Here’s a sneak peek!

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I want to thank you for your patience and support over the last year, and hope as a community we have a great 2014!

Evidentia 1.6.1 has just been released.

Evidentia 1.6.1 has just been released. This includes a critical bug fix impacting saving of claims, and upgrading to the latest version is HIGHLY recommended. http://evidentiasoftware.com/evidentia-upgrade/

The release includes:

  • fixed critical bug with claims being lost
  • updated Research Summary report to include todo items
  • by default .ged will be added to the end of GEDCOM exports
  • by default .db3 will be added to the end of new database names
  • fix issue with improperly size windows

Evidentia 1.6 is here!

We think you will be pleased with the enhancements. Gone is the Save button, the lag, and a lot of small bugs!
Added is a new Source Analysis Report, and several new templates.

Check it out today!

Changes are coming in July!

One of the features in the next Evidentia update is the elimination of the ‘Save’ button. Each time you update a field, Evidentia will automatically save the change for you.

Evidentia_-__Users_ed4becky_Dropbox_Personal_Evidentia_bak_Testor It sounds like more work, but it actually speeds up the program, reduces risk, and addresses the lag issue.

A side effect of this change will be that new subjects and claim types added from the Assign Subject screen are added to the drop down list immediately. Also, if you add a birth fact and have selected to have a residence fact added automatically, you will see it immediately on the Assign Subject screen, which makes it easier to delete if you DON’T want it in a particular instance.

I hope to release this update next weekend, depending on how testing goes this week. As always, the update will be free to licensed users.