Today’s episode of Research Like a Pro is about organizing your DNA matches by adding them to your Ancestry tree. We talk about building trees for your matches within one master tree so you don’t have a long list of Ancestry trees. We also go over how to add a floating or disconnected branch to your Ancestry tree to allow you to build your matches’ trees and find the common ancestor. We review privacy settings for Ancestry trees as well as MyTreeTags.
How to Add DNA Matches to Your Ancestry Tree by Nicole
Study Group – more information and email list
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This episode #139 gave me some really good advice and hints. I’ve been struggling with DNA matches, organizing them, etc. I will be listening to this episode again and again.
Good luck as you get those DNA matches organized!