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So in many cases, unless your matches have a public profile or public family tree, you'll only be able to view their display name (either a username or their full name), which isn't much to go on. This feature has the odd feel of a dating site since you can connect with your matches and see when they last logged in.
I didn't recognize anyone based on the information I could view, though I had over 60 pages of results, with more than 3,000 matches.
The code is used to keep your sample anonymous but trackable throughout the process. You then fill in your name, click Activate, and consent to the company's terms of service.
Next, you can link your kit to your Ancestry family tree, if you have one.
Once you've finished activating your kit and setting up your account, it's time to extract your sample, which involves spitting into a plastic tube up to its fill line. You can't eat, drink or smoke 30 minutes before providing your sample.
Parents who are managing tests for their minor children are the exception; they can have multiple kits associated with one account.These tests only analyze your DNA to determine your ancestry; you won't get any health-related information, or the sort of deep ancestral data offered some services, which even tell you how much Neanderthal DNA you have.As of August 2016, however, Ancestry has collected DNA from more than 5 million people—millions more than 23and Me.Ancestry DNA will continue to search for matches as its database grows.
23and Me also looks for DNA matches, though their program is opt-in only. DNA Circles, an opt-in program, goes further than DNA matches by grouping Ancestry members who share a common ancestor.Then you shake the tube for about five seconds, place it in the included collection bag, put the bag in the prepaid shipping box, and then drop it off at the post office.