A member of my project tested before you implemented the SNP Assurance Program. Will you confirm his haplogroup?
If your project member tested before we started the SNP Assurance Program, and their [...]
Will Family Finder Project members be able to see their analytic data? Will they rely on me for all interpretation?
Part of your responsibility as a project administrator is to interpret the genetic relationships [...]
For Family Finder, there is nothing that automatically becomes public like Y-Chromosome DNA results. How can I share related discoveries with my project members?
The Family Finder test provides sensitive information about relationships. Therefore, thought must go into [...]
If a project member is missing part of his Y-DNA results, his testing is [...]
The Family Finder test has many uses within a surname or paternal lineage project. [...]
It is not unusual for the relationship to be undetected. Most Y-DNA67 exact matches [...]
Should I suggest that my group members take the Family Finder test? How do I know when to recommend Family Finder testing?
The best way for you to know what tests to suggest to project members [...]
In GAP 2.0, there are two genetic report pages to help project administrators analyze [...]
There are many ways that you can reach out to your cousins to invite [...]
When you are recruiting for a Family Finder project, it is important to test [...]
Any cousin or suspected cousin who traces their ancestry to the project’s ancestral couple [...]
When planning a Family Finder Project, why is the number of generations back to my ancestor important?
With each generation, the amount of shared DNA and the likelihood of matching between [...]
In order to provide our customers with the highest level of haplogroup confidence, Family [...]
FTDNATiP is a program that calculates Time to the Most Recent Common Ancestor (TMRCA). [...]
Not all members of a family group need to take an extensive Y-DNA SNP [...]
Haplogroups that are in red are predicted. Haplogroups displayed in green are confirmed by [...]
In the GAP (group administrator page), you have three options for viewing Y-Chromosome DNA [...]