How does one share on WikiTree dna from 23andMe?

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I recently had dna testing done on my oldest living relative at 23andMe. How does one share it to WikiTree? I am not very dna savy.
in WikiTree Tech by Carolyn Murray G2G6 Mach 1 (11.7k points)

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You will have to invite your relative to join wikitree as a family member (non-active)  so that they can upload their own DNA details. Unfortunately under new privacy rules, you are no longer allowed to upload someone elses DNA details.
by Robynne Lozier G2G6 Pilot (929k points)
I suppose if your relative doesn't care to use computers you can obtain consent to manage an account on their behalf?
He is not able to use computers; he shakes too badly.
If a person can't or won't get a Wikitree account, then their DNA information cannot be added. New privacy rules.

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