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Ignoring a tree
Eric Dalton
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For some reason I have had to "ignore" a family several times. I can understand ignoring it once for each tree you may have, but I only have two and have had to ignore it several times in each tree. I thought ignoring was supposed to permanently hide matches from that tree.
Eric Dalton
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RE: Ignoring a tree
shani treves
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Hi Eric,  

I think you'll find the following FAQ helpful: 

 

How do I ignore all online Smart Matches™ for a tree that I am being matched with ?

 

Best regards,

Shani

MyHeritage team 

shani treves
Israel
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RE: Ignoring a tree [2]
Eric Dalton
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So that has differnt results than if I just ignore the tree without marking them rejected? That's what I had been doing. Also some of the matches are correct, I just want to ignore the tree because a person has fifteen trees which say the same thing, and I don't want to have to keep seeing them all. ; )
Eric Dalton
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RE: Ignoring a tree [3]
shani treves
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Hi Eric, 

 

When you ignore a tree altogether, you won't receive any more Smart Matches from this tree, even if new individuals will be edited to this tree. 

 

Best regards,

Shani 

MyHeritage team 

 

shani treves
Israel
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