Family Tree DNA Now Accepts Family Finder Data Transfers from 23andMe© V4 and AncestryDNA™ V2 Files

In an email message to all of the company’s Project Administrators, Family Tree DNA announced that it is now accepting data transfers of autosomal information from the following:

23andMe© V3
23andMe© V4
AncestryDNA™ V1
AncestryDNA™ V2

After transferring your results, for free, you will receive a list of your autosomal matches from Family Tree DNA’s database and have access to the company’s Family Finder – Matrix. The Matrix feature allows you to select and compare the autosomal DNA relationship between up to ten of your matches at one time.

Family Tree DNA also announced that MyHeritage and Genographic transfers will be supported in the coming weeks.

You can read more in the Family Tree DNA Frequently-Asked Questions at


Do I have to join Family Tree DNA at any point in the process? And, will it cost me any money for this – like after a free trial?


I did Ancestry DNA 2 yrs. ago and have been waiting for Family Tree results for 6 weeks.
What is the difference between V1 and V2 in Ancestry? What does it stand for?


FamilyTreeDNA offers the transfer for free and you get matches, but to get your DNA results for the tests you must pay $19 in order to get you ancestral ethnic nations. It was $25 to transfer, then raised to $40, so now it is actually $19 to get the full results for the Autosomal/FamilyFinder.


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