Today, FTDNA released the new 2014 Y DNA SNP tree based on results from the GENO 2.0 SNP tests from the National Genographic Project. This has changed most SNP tested individuals' designations on their FTDNA Personal Page. It will also be propagated to the SNP designations on the surname, geographic, and haplogroup pages.
At the same time FTDNA is giving a list of SNPs that are recommended for testing by each individual. CAVEAT: If you tested negative for a SNP in GENO 2.0, check for the SNP in your GENO 2.0 results before ordering it from FTDNA. FTDNA did not include the negative SNPs in their result for you so they may be in the Recommended SNP list even though you have already tested those SNPs.
A webinar on the Family Tree DNA Feature Launch: Y-DNA Haplotree Update was held today and is expected be available from the FTDNA Learning Center within the next 24 to 48 hours.