Tuesday, August 22, 2017

New MyHeritage DNA Feature - DNA Match Review

I received this information from Daniel Horowitz of MyHeritage today:

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I'm very excited to tell you about a new MyHeritage DNA feature we've just released - the DNA Match Review page. Now, for each of your DNA matches, you can click "Review match" and be directed to this new page in which we will display information broken down into relevant sections that will help you understand how you are related to the match. 

Each section of the page pulls relevant data about your DNA match by combining information from DNA and family trees. So, for example, you'll see your shared Smart Matches, Ancestral surnames, Shared DNA Matches, Pedigree Charts and Shared ethnicities.

Some of these features are available only on MyHeritage and they are displayed in an easy to use side-by-side comparison in order to help you learn more information about your DNA Match and discover possible relationships.



For more information, please see the blog post, and please find an image attached.
https://blog.myheritage.com/2017/08/new-review-match-page-discover-how-you-are-related-to-your-dna-matches/

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Disclosure:  I receive a complimentary data and tree subscription to MyHeritage, and \have received other material consideration in past years.  I uploaded my autosomal DNA raw data to their DNA product.  This does not affect my objective analysis of MyHeritage products.


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2 comments:

PapaWill _ GranMaMelody said...

Are there 1/2/3 - A/B/C steps for doing this? I'll need help! :)

MyHeritage said...

Yes, the MyHeritage blog post explains it all. https://blog.myheritage.com/2017/08/new-review-match-page-discover-how-you-are-related-to-your-dna-matches/