This week, the mission was:
1) If you have your family tree research in a Genealogy Management Program (GMP), whether a computer software program or an online family tree, figure out how to find how many persons, places, sources, etc. are in your database (hint: the Help button is your friend!)
2) Tell us which GMP you use, and how many persons, places, sources, etc. are in your database(s) today in a blog post of your own, in a comment to this blog post, or in a Facebook status or Google+ stream comment.
I use Legacy Family Tree as my GMP (Genealogy Management Program). I actually have two trees – I have a more complete tree that I started back in about 1996-1997. Since there was quite a lot of information I didn’t want to have online in this tree, I set up a new tree around 2006 that I use to share online.
To find the statistics in Legacy, I chose File from the top menu, and then File Properties.