Our recently released new ranking system should give you the ability to see matches with the highest percentage of accuracy in your tree. This means that even if you have a high number of matches, the best ones will be at the top and the worst ones will be at the bottom.
If your tree is large or you have a high number of matches, it is true that you may not see all the matches. The next major improvement in Smart Matching will allow you to see all the matches in your tree.
We're working on improving the Smart Matching system in order to make it easier for you to work with your matches. There are several features like better search and sort and accept and reject functions coming up that should make Smart Matching more relevant for you.
We'd love to hear more of your feedback as changes and improvements are released.
Here is an idea for future improvement. Make the tree with matches in them able to be closed so they are not in the search and do not show up in the top 200 trees. This will allow trees to be checked off as you use them.
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Sorry, but most of my smart matches don't seem to be too smart, I have put parameters on for the smart matches but I keep getting all these matches that don't even have anything close to the same names, what gives? Is it possible to delete smart matches that don't match at all, if so, how?