I am 68 years old and technology challenged. Can anyone simplify the process of getting my MYheritage DNA results to

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in WikiTree Tech by Denise Hunt G2G3 (3.9k points)

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Wikitree doesn't record DNA results, just the fact that you took a test.  Go to your own profile and at the upper right click on "Add."  The first item you see will be "DNA Test Information."  Click on that and on the DNA page you will see a place to Add New Test Information.  There is a drop-down to select your test.  Enter and save that information.  In about 24 hours the information will propagate backwards to your ancestors.  If you want to upload the actual DNA details you'll need to use a site like Gedmatch.
by Kathie Forbes G2G6 Pilot (358k points)
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If you want to add that you've tested there, you go to this page: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Help:DNA_Features#Recording_Tests and scroll down to "Recording Tests" then click on "select from the list here" which is below "Recording Tests"  on the page. After you have clicked on "select from the list here" there should be info about MyHeritage & other companies - I see it near bottom of my page as I have other tests listed above already that I clicked on for me. It should be somewhat easy once you get to that page here: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Special:DNATests

( I tried to get more info, but since I tested & connected mine already, not sure if I can see what you would see.)
by Lincoln Lowery G2G6 Mach 2 (26.0k points)

Or you could do what Kathie Forbes said, it took me so long to post I didn't realize it had been answered wink

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