Here you can learn how to use GRAMPS in practice, with where to find manuals, use-cases, examples, problem solving, support. For a general overview of the content, see the.
Some Reviews provide a critical perspective on Gramps.
GRAMPS uses the language of genealogists. Sometimes this might be a bit daunting. What follows gives an overview of terms used, with the meaning as used in GRAMPS, and with suggestions on how to work with these objects.
Several Tutorials on how to use GRAMPS in specific situations are available, see. Some quick pointers:
Related to Sources
- Entering UK Census Data. Note that this covers how to record sources, so is useful for other countries as well.
Related to Reports
I don't find what I'm looking for
If you have any questions on GRAMPS, not solved by searching this wiki, then the Mailing Lists are a good place to find help. Search the achives of the gramps-users mailing list first, and if you cannot find the answer, send your question to email@example.com.
Finally, if there is a particular point that you feel should be documented (or where the existing documentation should be improved) then please look at How you can help. Perhaps you can write a tutorial on a specific aspect, or improve this wiki, or help with the User Manual.