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Dear Wikiers,

Last week sometimes,  I flagged an answer that I liked regarding MTDNA and He/she was such a great help and I can't find it anywhere?  Now here's my questions"

Where do I find my Flag answers?

Who does the test for MTDNA?

hope I don't bother you too much.
in Genealogy Help by Lise Rodrigue G2G6 Mach 1 (11.4k points)

A flag is used to indicate something that is inappropriate. Lots of people have done this by mistake. No big deal. 

To get your question about mtDNA answered, why not contact one of the DNA project leaders, The project leaders are Kitty Smith and Kay Wilson.

Don't be reluctant to ask more questions. We like to answer questions. 

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If you flag something, it usually indicates there is a problem - spam, bad language, personal insults.

The way to save a question for future reference is to click on the light blue + sign in the upper right of the question.

Then you will find it at the bottom of the G2G page under the My Favorites tab.

by Anonymous W G2G6 Mach 6 (65.2k points)
selected by Dave Dardinger
Duh!  Why haven't I noticed that?  I probably have read it before.

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