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Achieve greater speed, transparency, and visibility by eliminating routine tasks and organizational silos. Use airSlate to direct your resources toward more strategic, value-producing goals. Set up the what is family information form Family Information Flow Template in minutes to manage documents faster while providing a comprehensive experience for your customers.

How to configure the Family Information Flow Template:

  1. Add the Template to your airSlate Workspace
  2. Customize the template using the drag-and-drop editor
  3. Establish the steps for completion and manage permissions
  4. Choose from 100+ Automation and Integration Bots to connect to your systems of record, streamline data transfers, and automate reminders and notifications.

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Save an average of 8 hours per week with an automated Family Information workflow

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Today it is all about making an awesome family  history book! Are you trying to get your family   interested in family history? Maybe you want to  show off your hard work and your discoveries that   you've made. The problem is that so many of the  family history books and genealogy books of the   past were SO boring! Nobody wanted to look  at them. So today I'm going to show you five   family history books that are really awesome and  hopefully they'll give you some ideas of platforms   that you can use and ways that you can write  family histories that will be things that your   family will actually look at! Alright so before  we get into the five examples, I want to talk   to you a little bit about family history books.  Do me a favor and please make them interesting.   I know sometimes family history can be kind of  boring, and especially if you haven't been bit   by the bug. It's kind of like, yeah, whatever.  So the aspects that you want to make sure you   include in your books that make them something  that people are really interested in are first,   images. You need images. You need images because  we are a different society now and we have an   attention span this long. And pictures can also  tell a thousand words. So you want images. You   want images if you have photographs of the people.  Even census images or their draft card or things   like that can be really interesting. So... I don't  know, maybe I'm weird, maybe to me censuses can be   really interesting, that maybe to other people  not so much. But sometimes the census records   say things that are surprising to people, like  an occupation or how much their home was worth.   Those are the little things that sometimes tend  to grab people's attention. So put those in there.   The other thing that you want to do is keep it  short and sweet. We tend to go on and on and on   about all of the information that we've obtained,  and the reality is is that most of our family they   don't care. They just want something that they  can learn about their family history person. And   then if they get the bug and they learn more about  somebody in their family tree, then great! Maybe   they'll become genealogists too, but at least  you're sharing your love of the person and some of   the great information that you've discovered about  them. And the last thing that I really want to   tell you to do is try to tell stories. Now that's  a lot harder when we go back in time and maybe we   don't know the story. But if you have journals  or if you have other information like that, that   can be really interesting for people. Not that  they necessarily want to read the whole journal,   but you can summarize it. Or a letter. Or you may  need to be doing some research and