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Old 07-12-19, 09:34
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Default Ancestry DNA Matches - Groups

I had created a group, let's call it Group X, for OH's matches. I had only 5 people in it and now I have found they are connected to another group so I have changed their colour coding and moved them into the other group.

Now I have a group called Group X with no-one in it and still allocated a colour.
Can I delete it or rename it? I have tried to no avail but I'm sure it must be possible.
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If you select your group with people in it you'll see next to each match, on the far right "Add/edit groups" click on that and you can delete the group. Maybe you'll have to put someone into your empty group to enable this?
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I've just had another play and you don't need to add someone to your group! Click on"add to group" for any of your matches, you'll get a drop down list of your groups with a pencil image next to each one. Click on the pencil and the option to delete is in the bottom left corner.
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Old 07-12-19, 11:06
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Thanks, Sue, that worked a treat! I really should have been able to work it out for myself, but my brain didn't work well!
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