Susieqk - the only bit of mtDNA info that 23andme provides that can be subsequently entered into RootsMagic is your haplogroup; likewise for Y DNA haplogroup from 23andme if you are a male. I don't think that it will ever be feasible for one to enter ones autosomal DNA results in something like Rootsmagic since it is megabytes to gigabytes in size, and does not make much sense to most people as provided.
Haplogroups however are different: mtDNA haplogroups are determined by discrepancies between your mito DNA and that of a person who was used for what is known as CRS (Cambridge Reference Sequence). See http://www.mitomap.o...AP/HumanMitoSeq For example, my H6A1 haplogroup has minor mutations in HVR1 and HVR2 (hypervariable regions) that are distinct from CRS, as well as several more in HVR3. These HVR regions are not given in 23andme data and are "derived" using other high-powered tools by 23andme.
I have had mtDNA and Y DNA done by other companies (not 23andme), so am able to enter the relevant mutations/differences for each.
I can post images if interested.
Edited by NickGC, 02 July 2015 - 06:44 PM.