The screen shots below are approximations and may not be representative of the appearance of the final product since they are still in development. The names of the features also may change based on the feedback provided during beta, but these summaries should give you an idea of what to expect from the enhanced features for customers interested in their ancestry.
Ancestry Painting Update
|Population Percentages from Dr. Henry Gates' Ancestry Paintings v1 versus v2|
My Ancestry Page
|"My Ancestry Page" - click to enlarge to see details|
This screen shot is only an example, so I wanted to point out to those of you who are detailed oriented that some of the numbers are not representative of a real account (i.e. - Tiffany shows over 4,000 matches).
Relative Finder Explorer Map
My map currently shows 295 people out of 884 matches, so that seems to be roughly representative of how many people have added locations details to their profiles. I have had a chance to play around with this feature and it is highly interactive. It is based on Google Maps, so you can drag it around and zoom in and out. I am including several screen shots below to demonstrate the functionality. (Click to enlarge any of them.)
|Example of Relative Explorer Map with Clustering On|
|My Relative Explorer Map with Clustering Off|
|My Relative Finder Map with Clustering On|
|Zooming in on my RF Map|
I can already see some interesting clusters on my map that are worthy of investigation. It is very helpful to see all of this information summarized in one place because it encourages me to focus on one specific region at a time and delve deeper where indicated.
|Example of the 23andMe's New Family Tree|