Maybe I'm just not getting it but with the new layout for record matches I can't confirm straight from the source page.
Instead I have to first click "review match" and then "confirm match" which then takes (some time to load!) me to "extract information..." which I don't necessarily want to!
With a lot of matches this takes minutes for each match so I'm getting really tempted just to reject matches where I see there's no additional information for me. Why is there not an option to confirm match straight from the source page just as there is a reject match option?
First of all, as I am reading through the other forum entries, I heartily agree that the new matching format is confusing and inefficient. Your techies have a hard time understanding the age old concept "if it ain't broke, don't fix it". In my opinion, you have not only made a mess of the matching process, but also have made a mess of the Photo section.
My question today is,....Where do I find the option where one can "ignore" a person in the tree. I have been able to find the "ignore" tab for a family site in the "matches by source" section, but I cannot find an "ignore" option in the "matches by people" section. I have quite a few folks that have been put on my tree that I have no interest in finding any matches for them. In the "old days", one could easily hit the "ignore person" tab. Not now. Where is it hidden? If, for some reason, you took away that option, please bring it back.
In the past I used to receive an email notification when new discoveries or matches were found for my ancestors. I no longer receive these emails. Did something change? How can I begin receiving these notifications again.
Recently I got access to my "MyHeritage" test results for the autosomal DNA test. Then just discovered I could upload the results to the MYFTDNA (myfamilytreedna) website too, what I just did... then surprisingly I got few differences between the results from both sites.
MYHERITAGE said I have: 53% Italy, 11,6% from Scandinavia, 16,8% from East Europe, 0% Western and northernEurope.
MYFTDNA said I have: Western and Central Europe: 48%, Southern Europe 21%, Eastern Europe 2%, Scandinavia: 0%.