Genealogy File and Folder Organization System for Mac, Part 5

Organizing genealogy files about more than one person can be tricky, frustrating, and can waste space. Using my recommended genealogy folder system for Mac along with Finder aliases ends all that.

This video will show you how Macintosh Finder aliases can help you save disk space and time when you have files that refer to multiple people of interest.

It builds upon earlier videos in the series. If you haven’t set up your family history folder and folders for people and places, go back and follow along with those videos.

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Comments

  1. Bert says

    Thank you again for your wonderful screencasts. I am finally getting my files organized. Love the tips for using Aliases.

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