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What to expect from my DNA results on Geneanet?

Geneanet is a key website for all genealogists: with this new service, Geneanet proposes a new and innovative platform in Europe for finding relatives who have taken a DNA test kit from another provider.

By importing your DNA data to Geneanet, you can find close or distant relatives whose common ancestor can be up to 10 generations back.

You can contact your relatives and view their family tree for free. Unlike some other websites, most of our members have a family tree so you can easily find your common ancestors. You will be notified when a new relative will be found (a number will displayed in red on the bell at the top right of the screen).

Stay connected! The results actually proposed be Geneanet are going to progress when new services will be launched.

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