Why my Y chromosome haplogroup is not propagated to all my male-line ancestors?

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Why my Y chromosome haplogroup is not propagated to all my male-line ancestors?
in WikiTree Tech by Leon Kull G2G Crew (310 points)

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Hi Leon,

The DNA test info propagation process runs once a day. So if you've added/updated relationships recently, your DNA test info should appear on the affected profiles within about 24 hours.
by Rick Peterson G2G6 Pilot (157k points)
Thank you, Rick, it's not my case. I added my Y haplogroup a couple of weeks before.

Possible the reason is: I did my Y Elite test in http://fullgenomes.com and wikitree didn't include this testing company to the list.

I need to find a way to propagate my results to my male line.
Hi Leon,

It appears that your Y-DNA test and haplogroup J-FGC5230 are already present in the DNA Connections section of the profiles of your paternal line ancestors. Here's a list of the ancestors for which your Y-DNA test appears on their profile:

https://www.wikitree.com/index.php?title=Special:DNATests&u=26645865&id=11

Are there other profiles for which you expect your Y-DNA test and haplogroup J-FGC5230 to appear?
Thank you, Rick.

I couldn't see that before.

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