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More "no tree" matches after Ancestry.com DNA opens to non-subscribers?

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More "no tree" matches after Ancestry.com DNA opens to non-subscribers?

Posted: 1 Nov 2012 2:45PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 1 Nov 2012 2:53PM GMT
I read a blog post yesterday with more information on what will be available to non-Ancestry.com subscribers who take the DNA test. It said they will get "matches" to other DNA users and be able to see a limited version of paid subscriber trees. Not sure yet what that will mean, or what non-paid (free) ancestry.com members now see, but I wondered if this will mean even more matches to "no tree" people? Anyone else have thoughts on this?

Addendum: ancestry.com's blog says they will see 7 generations of your tree (as you can now see if your match has a tree on ancestry.com)
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smsitton 1 Nov 2012 8:45PM GMT 
Nachalink123 1 Nov 2012 9:18PM GMT 
dedted29 23 Nov 2012 12:19AM GMT 
Nachalink123 23 Nov 2012 12:27AM GMT 
dedted29 23 Nov 2012 12:40AM GMT 
Nachalink123 23 Nov 2012 1:40AM GMT 
smsitton 23 Nov 2012 1:54AM GMT 
Nachalink123 23 Nov 2012 2:10AM GMT 
smsitton 23 Nov 2012 2:19AM GMT 
nathan_mn 23 Nov 2012 10:24AM GMT 
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