Wouldn't it be nice to have another DNA flag for more distant relatives?

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Wouldn't it be nice to have another flag for distant DNA matches - a kind of DNA-light indicator?  I have a lot of 4th and up cousin matches that I can't triangulate - yet - but it would help if I had a flag, perhaps a lighter different colour, to show where my possible triangles may be building.
in WikiTree Tech by Owen Atkinson G2G Crew (530 points)

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That would be pretty cool just to know you'd figured out the connection but can't triangulate, yet.
by Charlotte Shockey G2G6 Pilot (947k points)
selected by Susan Laursen
For example, the identity of my third great grandfather was uncertain, it was either my third great grandmother's first or second husband.  Her first husband only had one son before he died and that boy was raised by the second husband and had both surnames.  I was able to get about a dozen matches to husband #1's cousins' descendants, but they are all fourth cousins plus of mine.

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