In fact, maybe they will decide they want to test their DNA after you share with them.
Matches Already See Your Tree
If you match with someone at Family Tree DNA, they can easily see your tree by clicking on the little pedigree icon on their match to you, shown at right, below. You’re already sharing your tree with your matches – and they with you.
Icons are blue for people with trees, and grey for those who still need to upload a tree or create one online, like this person.
Share with Anyone, Anyplace
Many people don’t realize that you can easily share a link to your tree with anyone, anyplace – not just people you match at Family Tree DNA.
And it’s very easy.
Just click on your “myfamilytree” link on your personal page to display your tree.
Family Tree DNA then provides you with a link to copy, paste and share. As an added benefit, they tell you exactly how the privacy on your tree has been configured and give you the opportunity to modify your privacy settings before sharing the link to your tree.
Sharing your tree with people to a site where no subscription is needed is a great way to get people interested in DNA testing and it couldn’t be any easier.
Click here to sign in and share your tree with someone, today.
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