Introducing DNA Labels

Ran Snir
Jan 11, 2022
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Welcome
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Speaker's Introduction
1m 13s
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Introduction
2m 45s
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Managing DNA Matches
6m 52s
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DNA Labels
13m 14s
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Filtering by Labels
7m 41s
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Shared DNA Matches
8m 58s
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Ideas
4m 25s
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Announcements/prizes
1m 44s
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Questions/answers
14m 32s

About this webinar

MyHeritage recently introduced labels for DNA Matches, a feature that allows you to organize your matches and gain new insights about them at a glance. Learn how you can use this feature to make your genetic genealogy research much more efficient and convenient.

About the speakers

About the speakers

Ran Snir, Director of Product Management, is responsible for MyHeritage DNA products. He leads a talented team of developers, QA engineers, and designers to create and optimize DNA users’ entire journey — from ordering a DNA kit, tracking the kit’
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MyHeritage is the leading global destination for discovering, preserving and sharing family history. Our platform and DNA kits make it easy for anyone, anywhere to embark on a meaningful journey into their past and treasure their family stories fo
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    Art Taylor
    4 days ago

    Can a similar, or identical label system be developed for use with tree matches who have not had DNA tested with MyHeritage? It would be nice to be able to label all relatives from a specific village, town, city, county, etc., even if they haven’t done any DNA testing.

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    Art Taylor
    4 days ago

    Good information. Why not use the 216 web-safe HTML colors developed for use on Mac & Windows browsers when most computer monitors could display only 256 colors? They’re easily created in many graphics programs and reproduced consistently on most, if not all current browsers, on Mac, Linux, and Windows platforms

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    William McDermott
    2 weeks ago

    Found this webinar very useful and will be implementing it into my My Heritage account. It was also helpful and full of ideas on how to implement it into my Reunion 13’s use of color tags.

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    Carl Kolenda
    2 weeks ago

    This is my first exposure to DNA labeling. Found it interesting optional way to help keep track of 2nd & 3rd cousins

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    Ruth Tolson
    2 weeks ago

    Very interesting webinar held my attention the whole time.

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    Traci S. Kape Thysell-McPherson
    2 weeks ago

    Thank you Ran for all your innovation & development of tools on MyHeritage. Especially for the hard work & sharing with all of us how to use all the new Labeling tools on our DNA matches. I say this a lot, but I do enjoy how MyHeritage is always trying to make things better for its users. Thanks again for being a big part of that.

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    Betsy Hettich
    2 weeks ago

    Wonderful! After this webinar, I see I must look into joining My Heritage.

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    Clara Draganowski
    2 weeks ago

    Thank you for the great info.

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