The 5 steps to organizing your DNA in 2023

Diahan Southard
Jan 4, 2023
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Welcome
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Speaker's Introduction
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Introduction
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Four Step Process
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Branch Points
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Advanced Match Labeling
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Announcements / prizes
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Questions / answers
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About this webinar

Staying organized in your genetic genealogy research could mean the difference between celebrating the toppling of a brick wall, and beating your head against that same brick wall. Let’s chat about how our DNA testing companies are making it even easier for you to keep your DNA organized in 2023.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Diahan Southard knows firsthand what a difference it can make to know where you came from. What started off as an educational and career interest in genetic genealogy became deeply personal when she used DNA to discover her mom’s birth parents and
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  1. SB
    Sherry Bartels
    1 year ago

    How do you transfer thru lines to a spread sheet?

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  2. PW
    Peggy Whipple
    1 year ago

    In “Diahan’s Rules for labeling” it states “Every Shared Match gets a dot”
    I’m finding several of my matches, have no tree or with no surnames that connect to my surnames. I have no idea how they are connected to me. Nothinng in their information is familier,
    How do I put a dot on them?

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      Lisa Russell
      1 year ago

      use shared matches to find out which ancestor they connect to, even if they don’t have a tree

  3. KM
    Karrisa Moseley
    1 year ago

    The dot system is going to help me so much!!

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  4. SB
    Susan Beckwith
    1 year ago

    Interesting section on using dots to label pairs of ancestors, not just individuals. I did learn several new things.

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  5. PR
    Patricia R Jackson
    1 year ago

    Always learn something new from Diane. I’m totally going to adopt Kelli’s spreadsheet method!

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  6. VV
    Vickie Vann Cook
    1 year ago

    Always good info from Diahan

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  7. BH
    Beate Hauer
    1 year ago

    WOW! This was the best start for my genealogical year ever! I got many new ideas! Thank you so much!

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  8. LQ
    Linda Quinby
    1 year ago

    Excellent presentation with useful tips I can put to work right away.

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