If you are wanting to save a copy of your Living DNA ancestry percentages to your device, you are able to do so by taking a screenshot of those results. A screenshot takes a picture of your screen, capturing all the content you need and provides you with a saved copy on your device.
If you are using an Apple Macbook, then you can screenshot your results by pressing the command, shift and 4 keys which will then change your mouse arrow into a target looking shape. You then drag over your ancestry percentage by clicking the area of your screen on your mousepad and when you release your mouse, this will then capture the screen and store it on your desktop which is now saved onto your device. You can then rename it and save it anywhere you like.
If you are using a PC, have your results open ready on your screen and press the Print Screen (often shortened to “PrtScn”) key. It is typically located in the upper-right corner of your keyboard and will take a screengrab of everything on all of your displays. Alternatively, press Alt + Print Screen to capture a screenshot of the active window. If you’re on a laptop, you may need to press Fn + Print Screen or the Windows key + Print Screen if your laptop has another feature assigned to that particular key.
If you are using an iPhone X, XS, 11 or 11 pro then you will then not have a home button on your device. To screenshot, you will need to hold down the upper arrow on the left hand side of your iPhone and the power button on the right hand side at the same time. You can then click done and save this screenshot to your device photos. If you have an older iPhone, then you need to press the home button at the bottom of the screen and the power button on the right hand side at the same time which will also allow you to save the screenshot.