Evidentia 3 is finally here!

Almost 4 years to the day that the first version of Evidentia was released, I am proud to announce the release of version 3. It took almost 18 months to develop version 3. That’s the same development time as version 1 and version 2 combined (9 months each). That is a testament to how much the genealogy community… Read More »

Organize

The Collector When I first got started in genealogy, I was a collector. Like every other beginner, I started out by collecting names, but after I found my first census record, I got hooked on collecting information. So much information. The problem was that I had trouble keeping track of all the information I was collecting. Birth data… Read More »

Analyze

The Conflict A few years ago, I found two conflicting records. After careful review, I attached the one that I knew was correct to my conclusion, and I let the other one go. Trouble came a year later when I found that second record in another collection, and I couldn’t remember if I had already reviewed it or not. Once… Read More »

New! Evidentia 3

Why create Evidentia 3? Five years have gone by since the first version of Evidentia came out. During this time, I have attended many conferences and webinars, and I have listened to Evidentia users to understand how you are using the software. Here’s what I have discovered: The first two versions of Evidentia weren’t great at handling relationships.… Read More »

Special Welcome to Elizabeth Swanay-O’Neal

Growth is a good thing, and Evidentia Software has brought on a new Director of Marketing and Social Media to help springboard the company to the next level. Elizabeth Swanay-O’Neal is known to many of you in the genealogy community.  She is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists, the National Genealogical Society, the Southern California Genealogical Society, and… Read More »

Evidentia Experiment – Progress Report #2

5 Generations. 149 Proofs. The Evidentia Experiment. The goal is to document 5 generations, starting with myself, using Evidentia. The results will then be exported into a GEDCOM file and imported into a clean RootsMagic database. Making Progress I have almost finished with the third generation (my grandparents). Waiting for a couple of records from my parents so… Read More »