The Reference page provides additional guidance beyond our GAP Guidelines on best practices for managing a group project.
After you have placed the order, we will send you an automated confirmation email. If [...]
You may read about the responsibilities of a Family Tree DNA Project administrator in the [...]
Eventually your project should include more than one administrator. This is to help ensure that [...]
You can determine if a project member has signed and returned their release form on [...]
You can order up to five kits at once using the Project Administration New Member [...]
Yes, you may add additional administrators or co-administrator to your project. Please follow these steps. [...]
Individuals who transfer their results from the Genographic Project to Family Tree DNA have kit [...]
Kits that have not been paid will remain on the Member Reports Pending Shipment to [...]
The Y-chromosome DNA (Y-DNA) results chart headings are color coded in two ways. First, each testing level [...]
Family Tree DNA gives Project Administrators a group email tool. It allows them to send [...]
There are many ways for you to reach out to potential project members. The first [...]
As part of myHeritage's affiliateship with FamilyTreeDNA, they are including information about FamilyTreeDNA surname projects [...]
You may add information to your Public Project Website on the Public Website page. To do so: [...]
FamilyTreeDNA will update the pending results date and notes as information changes.
You may configure your Project Website email display settings on the My Settings page. To [...]
Family Tree DNA customers can join an unlimited number of projects.
Yes. Family Tree DNA would like every Family Finder Project to be a success. We [...]
We do not display member passwords to group Project Administrators. The project member may give the Project Administrator [...]
You may sign in to your Group Administration Page (GAP) account from the FTDNA Sign In page. [...]
A kit is listed on the Member Reports Pending Lab Results page by the test or procedure [...]