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    23 is currently updating

    Guess we will see what's new in the morning

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zozoa View Post
    Guess we will see what's new in the morning
    Ancestry results? Or just the website layout?

    I'd imagine it would take longer than a day.

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    They are supposed to be adding a new 'Countries of Ancestry' feature. Similar to the old PCA that used to be included before the overhaul.
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    Actually, the only thing I've seen is an announcement in the Forums (New Experience) of a new report called "Your DNA Family". It's currently only available to "a small number of customers", and I'm not one of them. However, here's what the moderator says about it:

    Using Your DNA Family, you can see:
    - Where your relatives are located around the world.

    - How many of your relatives have ancestry from a particular region. For customers who had results on the old website experience, this is similar information to what was shown in Countries of Ancestry.

    - See what traits your relatives are likely to exhibit compared to other 23andMe customers.

    Perhaps this isn't what you're talking about, but it's the only change I've seen reported so far.

    EDIT: The new report does seem to include a feature entitled "Ancestry of Your DNA Relatives". It looks like this gives rank and number for various ancestries you share with DNA Relatives. Could this be what you're referring to?
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    Besides British-German-Catalan, ancestry includes smaller amounts of French, Irish, Swiss, Choctaw & possibly Catawba. Avatar picture is: my father, his father, & his father's father; baby is my eldest brother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geebee View Post
    Actually, the only thing I've seen is an announcement in the Forums (New Experience) of a new report called "Your DNA Family". It's currently only available to "a small number of customers", and I'm not one of them. However, here's what the moderator says about it:

    Using Your DNA Family, you can see:
    - Where your relatives are located around the world.

    - How many of your relatives have ancestry from a particular region. For customers who had results on the old website experience, this is similar information to what was shown in Countries of Ancestry.

    - See what traits your relatives are likely to exhibit compared to other 23andMe customers.

    Perhaps this isn't what you're talking about, but it's the only change I've seen reported so far.

    EDIT: The new report does seem to include a feature entitled "Ancestry of Your DNA Relatives". It looks like this gives rank and number for various ancestries you share with DNA Relatives. Could this be what you're referring to?
    Kinda silly that it's only available for certain customers. Kinda tempted to call them and make a fus. Shouldn't all paying customers be entitled to these features?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dibran View Post
    Kinda silly that it's only available for certain customers. Kinda tempted to call them and make a fus. Shouldn't all paying customers be entitled to these features?
    I guess there doing the roll out in stages. Supposedly it will be available to everyone ... they just don't say exactly when. You figure that Ancestry first released its Genetic Communities feature to just a select few of its customers. I have their maximum-level subscription, but that didn't get me an early look.
    Besides British-German-Catalan, ancestry includes smaller amounts of French, Irish, Swiss, Choctaw & possibly Catawba. Avatar picture is: my father, his father, & his father's father; baby is my eldest brother.

    GB

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    Quote Originally Posted by geebee View Post
    I guess there doing the roll out in stages. Supposedly it will be available to everyone ... they just don't say exactly when. You figure that Ancestry first released its Genetic Communities feature to just a select few of its customers. I have their maximum-level subscription, but that didn't get me an early look.
    That's makes sense I guess. Assuming there were issues on launch, you wouldn't want all subscribers to go ballistic at once. Lol. So that's probably why it's in stages.

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    I'm surprised they are introducing more things on the New Experience when some of us are still left behind on the Old Experience.

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    Not for me it isn't. Same very old, outdated, discarded website.
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    I think it shows the contempt they have for some of their users when instead of transferring people to the new experience asap they are busy introducing new things for those on the new experience.
    The focus should be on getting the rest of us transferred. There is no excuse as to why it's taking so long.
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