I have been trying to link my ancestry.com DNA results with gedcom but don't know how to locate my gedcom id

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WikiTree profile: Jean Gorman
in Genealogy Help by Jean Gorman G2G Crew (460 points)
retagged by Keith Hathaway

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You need to download your DNA test results from Ancestry and upload the data to GEDmatch.com. GEDmatch.com will give you a GEDmatch ID for your kit. (I'm making the assumption that even though you referred to 'gedcom' you meant 'GEDmatch'. On WikiTree, select 'DNA Test Information' from the dropdown under 'Add' at the top of your profile. That will take you to the page where you can enter information about your Ancestry test (including your GEDmatch ID). If I misunderstood your question, please reply with more details. Thanks!
by Kay Wilson G2G6 Pilot (202k points)
selected by Maggie N.
I had to google it to find out that the Gedmatch ID wikitree was asking for was what Gedmatch calls a Kit Number. It would have been less frustrating if the language used was the same.
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Hi Jean

Do you mean your GedMatch ID?

Perhaps the comments and answer here on this question can be of help


Best regards
by Steve McCabe G2G6 Pilot (363k points)

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