Is there a way to do a mass rejection during a match search?

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Many of my older profiles have VERY long lists of potential matches.  With a quick scan I can usually eliminate several right off the bat but I then have to reject them one at a time.  It would save time if I could do some sort of "Ctrl" select to highlight multiple names and reject in one step.
in Genealogy Help by Therese Schmidt G2G3 (3.6k points)

1 Answer

+2 votes
Hi Therese,

Sorry, that's not possible.

You might want to narrow the FindMatches options so that fewer suggested matches come up.

(We're working on some significant improvements to how the FindMatches code works. There might actually be more false positives at first, but we can tweak it as we go based on users' input. There are lots of little different matching criteria we can play with -- it gets very tricky.)

Chris
by Chris Whitten G2G Astronaut (1.1m points)

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