Ancestry DNA Test to WikiTree other DNA test on WikiTree?

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Now I added my AncestryDNA Test to WikiTree does it automatically tell me who I am related to through other DNA test on WikiTree?
WikiTree profile: Robert Barnes
in Genealogy Help by Robert Barnes G2G Crew (500 points)

1 Answer

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Hi Robert, Welcome to WikiTree! Yes, on WikiTree you will be able to see information about the DNA tests taken by others you're related to. However, this will only work if you've entered your ancestors in WikiTree. I encourage you to sign the WikiTree Honor Code, and start by adding your parents to WikiTree. Then add your grandparents, etc. Be sure to enter dates and locations for births, marriages and deaths in the data fields. In the Biography area, always enter your source for the information you're entering for a profile. And always check first to make sure the person you're entering doesn't already have a profile here on WikiTree. If you have any other questions G2G is a great place to ask them!
by Kay Wilson G2G6 Pilot (222k points)
If you register at and follow GEDmatch's instructions to upload your AncestryDNA results there, then you will be able to see shared segments with your relatives who tested with AncesstryDNA, 23andMe, or Family Finder who have uploaded to GEDmatch.  Shared auDNA and X-DNA segments are from shared ancestors.  If you add your GEDmatch ID to your DNA Tests page in WikiTree then you and your relatives can use WikiTree's Relationship Finder to easily determine your shared ancestry.

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