Having tested with FTDNA, 23andMe, AncestryDNA, and Geno2, I understand the confusion that comes from each testing company using a different version of the ISOGG halplogroup tree. I think 23andMe is still using the 2009 or 10 tree.
At least consider allowing a field for the most basic haplogroup. ie. E, R1b, A, etc...
This at least gives you reassurance to a certain extent that the profile you are connecting to is part of the same group. Especially with older ancestors where the paper trails run thin. If you noticed that the profile you were going to merge/connect to was E, and not R1b, that would give you a heads up that your paper trail may be incorrect, or a possible NPE.
If I saw that, I would definitely re-check my paper trail and do a little more research before I connected the two.
I am into genetic genealogy and I would really like to see more of a DNA connection to family trees for those who have tested. It makes it more interesting and exciting. There are so few sites that offer it and wikitree has the capabilities.
Although I have profiles on YSearch, MitoSearch, and gedmatch.com, I don’t think I would want to log into them each time just to see what the haplogroup was for each particular profile.
Thanks, Just trying to make things easier for all.