ProStamm is a subscription, cloud based indexing genealogy program that organizes, manages, and presents family genealogical information and EVENTS.
Create family EVENT postings. Your family will be able to share and contribute to events like Christmas, Thanksgiving, christenings, birthdays, weddings, and annual family gatherings.
Create descendant, relationship, parent, and place reports. Automatically develop profile reports on every person in your family. Print calendars that show the birthday of all living relatives.
Index photographs and documents to create photo album reports and profiles on each photograph and document.
Establish family event postings. Your family will be able to share and contribute to events like Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year parties, birthdays, and annual family gatherings.
* Share your genealogy information with your family.
* Unite your family by letting them help grow the family record.
* Let your family become part of the process.
Create eye catching personal presentations to share with your family and friends.
Create Pedigree Charts as well as simple or complex family trees. Always know how one family tree is connected to another family tree.
No need to retype your entire family record. EXPORT a GEDCOM file from your current genealogy program and IMPORT it into ProStamm.
Every person in your family record is automatically assigned a Unique ID. Always know exactly who is in each photograph. Is it Mary Jones born in 1835 or Mary Jones born in 1871.
I received your books this past week and read the first one already. These books are very informative and hard to put down once you start reading them. You did a nice job in writing them. I have been at genealogy since 1980 and have thousands of names in my computer. I will be organizing all these files to make a nice presentation of my family in book form. Thank you for your nice books. I'm looking forward to getting started.- Bob.G
I was privileged to be able to take your class at OKC. You're an excellent and motivational teacher. I enjoyed your class very much, and my friend and I both said we could have spent hours in there learning.- Glenda R
I met you at the Springfield, IL, conference. I want to thank you for your wonderful classes. I have been laid up for the last two weeks (had knee surgery the day after the conference). I had a lot of time to work on what you had talked about. I am teaching a PowerPoint class in 2 weeks and wanted a finished presentation to demo different parts of the program to my students. I created a family presentation on my Dad's direct line using your principals, added music etc. It came out great. Showed it to my non genealogy daughter and she cried as she watched it! My husband was completely blown away with how the presentation came out. It took me a bit to just jump in and start the numbering. I am still working on all of my numbering. I have about 1/2 of my one database all numbered and ready to go. I can't wait to get it all coordinated and work on the rest of it. It has really changed how I will be setting up my genealogy for my children. Thank you again for all your help.- Kathe M
Attached is my first attempt (first slide) at implementing your system. I do have one small complaint. This is so enjoyable that not only is genealogy a wonderful avocation but now I will be devoting twice as much time to it as before. Of course, now I am having twice as much fun. Thank you so much.- Michael D
I am working on setting up my Genealogy Presentation. I had been putting it off because it looked pretty daunting to assign unique IDs to everyone. But when visiting my daughter in California last month, she asked me questions that made me realize that even though she has been around my genealogy research all her life, she doesn't know anything about her heritage. That experience made me check out your books again and decide to give your system a try.- Phyllis M
I attended your class at the Roots Family Expo last weekend on indexing photos and documents and thoroughly enjoyed it. Your coding system is so logical. I am about to completely re-do my filing system. I had a very elaborate and effective one implemented back in the early 1990s using Research Data Filer in PAF. When they dropped that part of the PAF program and I could no longer access it in newer versions of Windows, PAF offered no "export" options, which was extremely irritating. Now that I've seen your system, I am game to reorganize all those old files and photos to make them more accessible for me or whichever child might inherit my research.- Lesley L
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