I find myself writing these instructions over and over when I chat with new participants. If you are not as familiar with blog sites as with websites, these instructions are for you.
Websites are much more organized and much easier to navigate because the person who takes care of the site does the organization for the reader. On a blog site, the posts are presented in the order in which they are written ....that is by date. So the subject matter is presented in no real organized format.
It is up to you, the reader, to narrow the posts to the ones of most interest to you. Do this by using the search box. I don't have to tell you that Google has an excellent search engine. You can use any word that you can think in the search box to see if there is already a post about that subject. I have tried to use the title Family Group #1 or whichever family Group I am writing about for each post that is about a particular participant.....so if your interest is in Family Group #1, putting that into the search box will narrow the posts to only those that pertain to that group.
If you want to know about the Family Finder test, put that in the box and you will narrow the posts to only those that pertain to that subject. (I think that I used the word autosomal to describe the Family Finder)
Please don't hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have more questions.
Marsha Moses (administrator of the Hawkins DNA project)