How do I get my GEDmatch ID

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WikiTree profile: Caroline Jordan
asked in Genealogy Help by Caroline Jordan G2G Rookie (190 points)

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Hi Caroline,

You can upload autosomal (auDNA) results to GEDmatch and when you do, your results will be assigned a GEDmatch ID. You can login to your GEDmatch account to see the IDs of any auDNA results that you have uploaded.

But you also tagged your question with the mitochondrial tag. Just FYI GEDmatch doesn't accept mitochondrial (mtDNA) uploads.
answered by Rick Peterson G2G6 Mach 6 (60.4k points)

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