I understand you have accumulated many smart matches over the past week and have rejected hundreds of them that are incorrect. It is first important to understand that Smart Matching works by comparing millions of names, facts and connections on family trees. When two family trees are connected, both their owners are informed, and researchers benefit from the opportunity to collaborate and learn from each other.
In our newly released Enhanced Smart Matches, we now show you ALL of your matches, the high quality matches and the lower quality ones. The list is sorted by quality, so you’ll see the best Matches first, but we also show you the other matches below, so that no information will be hidden, and all your research potential will be met.
When you mark the match as rejected, the program will help you manage your matches, and will also help us understand that this should not be regarded as a Match in the future.