How to effectively communicate your tree for DNA Matches in first contact emails?

What do you say when contacting a DNA match?

Basically, your first sentence of a DNA message should tell the recipient where you’re connected or about which match you’re contacting them.
Like any other correspondence, you’ll want to include a brief, informative subject line first.

  1. Family connection.
  2. We’re related!
  3. Question for you.

How do you link DNA match to tree?

  1. From any page on Ancestry, click the DNA tab and select Your DNA Results Summary.
  2. From your DNA homepage, click Settings in the top-right corner.
  3. In the Tree Link section, click Change.
  4. Click the x beside the tree name. …
  5. Click the Select menu and select a tree, or click Start tree at the bottom.
  6. How do you organize a DNA match?

    Organizing DNA Matches: 3 Steps

    1. Download your raw DNA data. The very first step is to download your raw data from your testing company. …
    2. Identify and label your DNA matches. Once that is complete, we can get to the match list. …
    3. Map DNA matches for shared locations.

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