How do you find shared matches on AncestryDNA?
From any page on Ancestry®, click the DNA tab and select DNA Matches. In your list of DNA matches, click the name or username of a match. On the match compare page, click the Shared Matches tab to see which matches you share with that match.
What can a collaborator do on AncestryDNA?
A collaborator can view your full DNA results, add notes, edit participant details, and link your test to a tree. A manager can invite others to access your results, assign and change account roles, permanently delete your results, download DNA Data, and send and respond to messages in the test owner’s account.
Can you collaborate on Ancestry?
Use Member Connect to see what other people on Ancestry that relates to your research and receive updates when information is added. From any page on Ancestry, click the Help tab at the top and select Community from the drop-down menu. On the Ancestry Community page, in the Collaborate column, click Member Connect.
How do I manage someone else’s DNA on Ancestry?
On your DNA homepage, click Settings in the top-right corner. On the DNA Settings page, scroll down to the Sharing Preferences section and click Change beside DNA Ethnicity and Matches. If you’ve never shared your results with the person you’re inviting to manage your test, click Add a person and go to the next step.
What does it mean when you have no shared matches on Ancestry?
It’s possible that when you click a person’s Shared Matches tab, you’ll see a message that you two have no shared matches. It simply means that no other cousins who share DNA with both you and this match have tested—yet.
How do I compare two family trees on Ancestry com?
On the Member Connect page, click the Suggested Connections tab. You’ll see a list of people who likely have the same person in their trees. To compare your tree to theirs, click Compare in the top-left corner. To save a tree on the list, click Connect.
Can you have multiple DNA tests on one Ancestry account?
Tests taken by adults must be activated on separate accounts, but you can have multiple tests appear on your account by having the test owners share their results with you. A test owner can create their own account for free.
What does Registered Guest mean on Ancestry com?
A registered guest account is a free Ancestry® account. If you’ve never had a membership or your membership has ended, you have a registered guest account. Create one for free or see our membership options page for details about available memberships.