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dp
01-17-2015, 04:52 PM
Build a World-Class Family Tree with My Heritage


Hi --------,

We are excited to announce that we are now integrated with MyHeritage to provide you with a new family tree tool that will help you discover, preserve and share your family history.

MyHeritage, the award-winning family tree company, enables you to do anything from build a basic family tree to connect to a database of 5.7 billion historical records, so you may discover more about your ancestors’ history in seconds.

As of May 1, 2015, the current 23andMe family tree tool will no longer be available. You will be able to access the MyHeritage family tree from within the 23andMe experience and share your tree with other 23andMe users on an ongoing basis.

You can start a new family tree on MyHeritage, or transfer your existing 23andMe family tree data - either way, it’s free.*

Learn More:
https://www.23andme.com/family-tree/

You can upgrade from the free service offered to 23andMe customers by purchasing a MyHeritage subscription at a discount of more than 50%. MyHeritage subscription plans give you access to their full suite of family discovery and research tools. Learn more at MyHeritage here:
https://www.myheritage.com/partner/23andMe?utm_source=external&utm_campaign=partner_23andMe

Have additional questions? Visit http://customercare.23andme.com

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*Building or importing a family tree to the MyHeritage website or mobile app is free. You can use the MyHeritage website to upload family photos to your tree, view Smart Matches(tm) from other peoples' trees and find Record Matches from free historical records. Editing your online tree on MyHeritage is free up to 250 nodes (that's up to 250 ancestors or relatives on your tree).

MyHeritage has extended an exclusive free offer to 23andMe customers to build a tree with unlimited nodes for 6 months after a customer connects to MyHeritage through 23andMe. After the 6 month period, users will either need to sign up for one of the MyHeritage paid subscription plans or continue with free access and a smaller tree (<250 nodes). Paid subscriptions provide access to all historical records, confirming or rejecting matches, contacting other MyHeritage members and growing your tree beyond 250 nodes.

dp

vettor
01-17-2015, 06:23 PM
Build a World-Class Family Tree with My Heritage


Hi --------,

We are excited to announce that we are now integrated with MyHeritage to provide you with a new family tree tool that will help you discover, preserve and share your family history.

MyHeritage, the award-winning family tree company, enables you to do anything from build a basic family tree to connect to a database of 5.7 billion historical records, so you may discover more about your ancestors’ history in seconds.

As of May 1, 2015, the current 23andMe family tree tool will no longer be available. You will be able to access the MyHeritage family tree from within the 23andMe experience and share your tree with other 23andMe users on an ongoing basis.

You can start a new family tree on MyHeritage, or transfer your existing 23andMe family tree data - either way, it’s free.*

Learn More:
https://www.23andme.com/family-tree/

You can upgrade from the free service offered to 23andMe customers by purchasing a MyHeritage subscription at a discount of more than 50%. MyHeritage subscription plans give you access to their full suite of family discovery and research tools. Learn more at MyHeritage here:
https://www.myheritage.com/partner/23andMe?utm_source=external&utm_campaign=partner_23andMe

Have additional questions? Visit http://customercare.23andme.com

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*Building or importing a family tree to the MyHeritage website or mobile app is free. You can use the MyHeritage website to upload family photos to your tree, view Smart Matches(tm) from other peoples' trees and find Record Matches from free historical records. Editing your online tree on MyHeritage is free up to 250 nodes (that's up to 250 ancestors or relatives on your tree).

MyHeritage has extended an exclusive free offer to 23andMe customers to build a tree with unlimited nodes for 6 months after a customer connects to MyHeritage through 23andMe. After the 6 month period, users will either need to sign up for one of the MyHeritage paid subscription plans or continue with free access and a smaller tree (<250 nodes). Paid subscriptions provide access to all historical records, confirming or rejecting matches, contacting other MyHeritage members and growing your tree beyond 250 nodes.

dp


funny this merger

I am with MyHeitage and have over a 1000 names...........it was always stated to me that MyHeritage was aligned with FtDna .............are they also in bed with 23andme now?


BTW, I do notice now, that below your 23andme ancestry split, they make a noted comment on when it was updated..........looks like every 6 weeks to me

Huntergatherer1066
01-17-2015, 07:05 PM
funny this merger

I am with MyHeitage and have over a 1000 names...........it was always stated to me that MyHeritage was aligned with FtDna .............are they also in bed with 23andme now?


BTW, I do notice now, that below your 23andme ancestry split, they make a noted comment on when it was updated..........looks like every 6 weeks to me

Looks like you can buy both 23andMe and FTDNA kits via MyHeritage now: http://www.myheritage.com/dna-tests

geebee
01-18-2015, 07:52 AM
The part I find annoying is that I have FTDNA Family Finder results, Y chromosome, and mtDNA results; 23andMe results; and a premium MyHeritage account. But can I put these together? No -- or at least, "not yet". (MyHeritage says it's in their future plans.)