What it Does:
DNA Match Labeling adds colored dot labeling to AncestryDNA matches.
There are 8 colors (red, blue, green, yellow, pink. orange, gray, and black) at the top of each page when you are on Ancestry.com. The user can enter text defining the color as he/she wishes.
How it works:
1. Open Chrome and go to the Chrome web store
2. Download the free extension DNA Match Labeling
3. Once it has attached itself to your browser, you'll see the icon in the upper right corner
4. Go to Ancestry to your DNA matches.
5. As soon as I log into my son's account I see the following followed by a list of matches:
Next I chose the labels Maternal (red) and Paternal (blue) and hit the UPDATE button. I'm keeping it very general for now. You might prefer to put in surnames for the colors and keep track of new matches that way.
I also labelled the first few people showing as a match to my son with the blue dot as I know they connect through my father's side.
Give it a try, you might find it makes your DNA life easier. If you don't have your Ancestry DNA kit yet, go here to purchase one.