Direct from FTDNA:
A few added details from today's Webinar by Elise Friedman of Family Tree DNA:
* The personal webpages for testers have been upgraded to the shorthand SNP version whereas the GAP pages and a few others will be upgraded soon
* Personal pages list the Haplogroup Badges. If yours does not appear, go to your Y-DNA Haplogroup page and then back to your home page. This should add the badge.
* Your personal Haplogroup page goes automatically to your haplogroup. A legend listing: Tested Positive; Tested Negative; Presumed Positive; Test Available Presumed Negative; Test in Progress.
* Presumed SNPs are those listed on the same SNP line, but the tester did not have this SNP. In order to test positive for the others on the same line, it is presumed the tester would test positive for this one in the brown color.
* Synonymous SNPs are multiple SNPs additional SNPs that define the same branch of the tree. Click on the MORE link to see those additional SNPs.
* Your terminal SNP (the last SNP for which you tested positive) could be way down on the SNP chart
* The SNP tests you have taken are listed at the bottom of the page whereas they were formerally at the top.
* ADVANCED SNP Order Form allows you to order any SNPs that are not yet on the tree but which are available through Family Tree DNA. Consult your haplogroup administrator to guide your purchase.
* Recommended SNPs (in blue on the Haplogroup chart) are determined from an algorithm similar to that used by FTDNA for predicting a SNP. Recommended SNPs are based on who you match and their haplogroup results at a 37 marker level. If no recommendations are possible, then 25 markers are used; if none there, then 12 markers. As always, no one can be certain you will test positive for a SNP you order so talk with your haplogroup administrator to get recommendations there. Also consider ordering the Geno 2.0 test or the Big Y test if there are too many recommended SNPs and you feel you may end up spending a similar amount of money buying SNPs individually. If someone in your group within your project has ordered the Big Y or Geno 2.0, you might contact them to see their terminal SNP and order that one.
See the Family Tree DNA Learning Center for more details. If those pages have not yet been updated they will be so check back. AND...do attend the FREE Family Tree DNA Webinars!