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1606Re: [AQ_NFS] Importing data from FamilyTree

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  • Gaylon Findlay
    Feb 19, 2014

      A couple of thoughts:

      1) You say that you are moving data from FT to records in your personal file. If you have activated AQ's Change Log (under the Tools menu), any such changes should be listed in the change log, so you can review which records were changed.

      2) If you are looking for a quick way to mark records that you have just worked with, so you can later go back and review your thoughts, you might try using the new "Tags" feature. Set up a tag for "just reviewed with FT", then use <Shift+Ctrl+T> to quickly set the tag each time you review a person and want to remember that person. You can later print custom reports or otherwise filter using the tag.


      From: oldjohn1945@...
      To: "AQ NFS" <AQ_NFS@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Wednesday, February 19, 2014 2:12:17 AM
      Subject: Re: [AQ_NFS] Importing data from FamilyTree

      Let me try again to explain what I was getting at. Like most AQ users, the idea of using FS as a permanent source is anathema to me!

      Not being able to access Research Manager without jumping in and out of the Synch screen, I have been copying data to the local record where FS has more detailed records of baptism, marriage or burial. Perhaps mistakenly, I have not kept a manual record of these instances.

      What I am looking for is a means of producing a filtered report of these individuals so that I can update my "To Do" list and validate the information leading to the creation of a new source citation or record any failed attempt and delete the imported information . Citing FS as a temporary source or using the change log just seemed to me to be possible ways of achieving my objective.

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