Adding DNA test info to a deceased relative's profile [closed]

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During my cousin's life, I was the administrator of his DNA profiles on FamilyTreeDNA as well as Gedmatch. He recently passed away and I would like to add his DNA test results (both Y-DNA and Autosomal) to his profile but I do not see a way to do so. (He was not a Wikitree member). I would appreciate assistance. Thanks.

Harvey Levitt, Levitt-41
WikiTree profile: Steven Friedman
closed with the note: Solved. Thank you.
in WikiTree Help by Harvey Levitt G2G1 (1.4k points)
closed by Harvey Levitt

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You are the profile manager and he is deceased, so you can add the information. Go to his profile, and then Edit.  Click on “Add” at the top right and you should see “DNA Test Information. “
by Kathie Forbes G2G6 Pilot (380k points)
selected by Harvey Levitt

I have tried to add a DNA test to a deceased family member's profile: Smith-254206. 

I followed the instructions from the Sep 2020 answer above   (Go to his profile, and then Edit.  Click on “Add” at the top right and you should see “DNA Test Information. “)  However, when I do that, the "add dna test" link takes me to my own DNA test.  I don't see how to add my cousin's test.

From his profile click on "Family Tree and Tools" and keep scrolling down until you see "DNA Tests for [your ancestor].

If you click on that it should show a screen with information on adding test information.  If it doesn't show, perhaps Wikitree is not recognizing him as deceased.
Thanks!  That worked.

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