How to add DNA test

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I have taken 2 DNA tests one with results and one I am waiting for the results. My father has also had a DNA test and because of his age (94) he has given up doing genealogy. How do I go about adding these to our profiles?
WikiTree profile: Jim MacIntosh
in Genealogy Help by Lynda Pollitt G2G6 (6.5k points)

2 Answers

+6 votes
You've already added your MyHeritage DNA test information to your own profile. If you took another DNA test, you can add that new test information by clicking on 'DNA test information' on the drop-down list under 'Add' at the top right of your profile. Scroll down the page to the section headed 'Add new test information'. Because of the European Union's GDPR we can no longer add DNA test information to profiles for other living people. You need to invite your father to join WikiTree by entering his e-mail address on his 'edit' page, just below the entry for 'gender'. Once he joins he can add his own test.
by Kay Wilson G2G6 Pilot (187k points)
I have no living relatives
+1 vote
I already have ancestry dna and want to add my heritage to WIKI. How do I do this?
by Don Meredith G2G Crew (530 points)
Don, see the answer I gave on Jun 3, 2018. It answers your question. Just ignore the part about how to add a test for your father.

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