Mr. Myrt whisked me away for a dinner date with the Little Red-Headed Girl and her mom, so my very distant cousin, Sweet Sadie hosted this webinar. Topics included:

  • Seeing what Google Chrome Browser Extensions we have installed and turned on or off.
    • Click 3 dots on right side of the Chrome address bar.
    • Select “more tools”
    • Select “Extensions” to see what’s installed.
    • See also the Chrome Web Store

Our favorite Google Chrome Browser Extensions include:

We also discussed free Google Drive with free cloud-based programs:

  • Google Docs (wordprocessing)
  • Google Sheets (spreadsheet like MSExcel)
  • Google Slides ( like MSPowerPoint)
  • And Sweet Sadie demoed Google Forms

Google Cloud Resources


19:11:11 From Dave Robison: I used that to translate an email I got from Cyrillic to English. He was a DNA match! His English was…not that good! But the translation was ideal.

19:22:35 From Cousin Russ : Google Translate https://translate.google.com (Where you can copy from say email and paste without using the Google Chrome Extension.)

Google Translate

19:22:56 From Cousin Russ : CHROME WEB STORE https://chrome.google.com/webstore/category/extensions?hl=en

Google Translate sample

19:26:24 From Carol Petranek : There are translate options for other web browsers.

19:26:46 From Dave Robison : I just found APOGEE the other day but haven’t’ used it yet. Anybody familiar with it?
19:27:36 From Nadine Guilbault to All panelists : No, I have been trying Zoetero. Seems ok.

19:30:23 From True Lewis : I was being a Good Girl — I have Cite This for Me extension. 2.6.8 and I don’t think I have used it yet. lol.

Cite This For Me

19:33:34 From Betty-Lu Burton : I love Print Friendly 
19:36:41 From Dave Robison : It also will create a PDF
19:40:17 From Deb Andrew : What were you using for print friendly?
19:41:14 From Cousin Russ : Also available at http://www.printfriendly.com

Print Friendly Chrome Extension

19:41:23 From Carol Petranek : I use the Send from Gmail extension where I can click on the Gmail envelope and the webpage I am on can be sent instantly without having to open Gmail itself.

19:42:48 From Dave Robison : bitly Google Chrome Extension.

Bitly Chrome Extension

20:08:27 From Carol Petranek : Google URL shortener is being discontinued

20:09:25 From Janine Edmée Hakim : Good evening all…great discussion…may I make a request….a DearMYRTLE webinar about Google maps (of course as they apply to genealogy research) .

DearMYRTLE recommends the Google Map videos by Lisa Louise Cooke!


Friday, 20 Apr 2018 – 10pm Eastern US – PLUSWORD. Cousin Russ and DearMYRTLE will be guest participants. Sir Michael Daniels is our illustrious host. No need to register – just click the link to watch and comment via YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zuZNAh-ONhg


21 Apr 2018 Genealogy Game Night We’re playing “Who’s In My Line?” designed to spotlight our ancestors. He or she doesn’t have to be famous. Try to get the panel to guess his/her occupation, location, place in history or ??? and YES, Michael Daniels will be our host for this very special event. 9pm Eastern US (New York), 8pm Central US (Chicago), 7pm Mountain US (Denver, Salt Lake City), 6pm Pacific US (Los Angeles)

This DearMYRTLE Event is presented at no cost. If you find the information useful, consider the Pay What You Want business model Ol’ Myrt employs: http://blog.dearmyrtle.com/2015/03/hangouts-pay-what-you-want.html

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For future reference, this is the link to DearMYRTLE’s Event Calendar – http://hangouts.dearmyrtle.com/calendar.html

Here’s the link to the GeneaWebinars Blog & Calendar of other genealogy webinars, chats and hangouts – http://blog.geneawebinars.com/p/calendar.html