I am faced with having to deal with over 20K record matches. That borders on insurmountable. Is there a way for the system to go through and automatically grab/associate/extract all the matches that are clearly matches - i.e. name, date, places are exact matches.
Then present all those that are close matches in a format that I can just go through and say yes/no without having to bring up every record in detail? Those that I say yes to, then automatically extract the relevent data. Maybe give me a second option to agree and then see the detailed match?
Then let me deal with the rest with a more detailed examination.
What I'm trying to get down to is to not have to look at all 20K matches in detail. I'm looking at months worth of work, as it takes most of a minute to bring up the full record to do a line by line extraction even if all the data matches.
I would like to reject false record matches without additional payment. I dont have ancestry in USA, but there are some false record matches from federal census. When I choose to reject the match, there is just request for "data subscription" payment. I dont need it, for me it is obvious false match, I dont have to see the detail record.
You can change the accuracy settings of Record Matches in order not to receive anymore matches with low accuracy (which you called 'fake').
On the top of the Record Matches list you have the option "Volby filtrování", and you can change it to a very high accuracy pattern - move the sliding bar right to have all the stars yellow. That way you won't those matches any longer.
Important to notice that our Content Team is working constantly to add more content on the already existent collections, as well as adding new collections and broading the range of countries we cover. So, if you don't find a specific document right now, I suggest you to try it again in a near future.
If I have my language set to something other than English and visit a page on www.myheritage.com, it redirects me to the native language site. Is there any way to bypass this and say, no I want the english version without having to change my langage settings. It works in reverse, if my langauge is English, I can visite the Norwegien site all day long without any redirect back to English. Is there any way to specify lan=en in the url or something, some trick?
When I have numerous matches (20 ), I like to just view them as a list instead of going through each one. There is a button to "accept all" matches. I was wondering if there is a "reject all" function. Many times, I have matches that show up that don't apply (very low percentage matches). Is there a way to get a "reject all" button?
Unfortunately we do not have a rejct all button, however we do have several options available that will help you filter the results that you receive.
To read about this please take a look at the following link which is from our Help section all about SmartMatches. Here you will find a number of topics that you may find useful and help achieve your goal.
I recently posted family of my uncle. He had the two usual parents and 8 brothers and sisters but when I click on his family tree or anyone in his family, it only shows 2 maybe 3 brothers and sisters. Where are the others? How can I access them or did I just make a big OOPS?
Thankyou for that information. However, I am more curious with the SuperSearch aspect of the database. Matching to the census records, for example, will be more useful to me than connecting with someone who has "accepted all" smartmatches for a few months, creating a database snarl.
2. John Reid was born 26-June-1823 and is 57 during the 1880 Census and was married to Mary Ann Reed 1828 married 25-Nov-1852 with only a twelve year difference in birth age between the two John Reid's. Is he a Sr John Reid to John Reid married to Martha Catherine Aldridge?
Please Send your advanced findings for I am not sure what is going on here about the secound John Reid. Thank you!