Why has it changed to be able to browse a record. I used to go to records, browse collections, then when I chose a record I could search it or if there were images I could scroll down and browse the record versus searching. Now you can't do that and I seems very complicated to browse a specific record. I prefer browsing thru images as I am sorry the transcriptions on names are not the greatest and I have found most of my records by browsing since the transcriptions are so off they don't come up in search by the correct spelling. You are making this site that was so simple and easy to use very complicated and frustrating to use.
Julia Szent-Györgyi ✭✭✭✭✭
Everything is still there in the new-and-disimproved interface -- somewhere. It's usually hidden behind at least one extra click and some scrolling.
The Browse Collections page (https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/list) is linked from Search - Records in the first white stripe, at the left, below the "Collection Title" search box.
If you choose a collection that has waypointed images, then the collection-specific page (for example https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/1452460) will have a button labeled (in all caps) "Browse all NNN images". Click that to go to the top tier of waypoints, then choose your waypoints until you get to images that you can browse through.
Alternately, you can use the Catalog. For example, I can type "Hungary, Komárom, Bana" in the Place field to get to the catalog entries for both the civil registrations and the Catholic and Reformed church records for the town; the civil registrations are also accessible via the waypoints (example link above), but the church records only have baptismal indexes and no waypoints. (The Catalog is more informative than the collection's page: I can see at a glance that while some civil registrations have been indexed, none of them are from Bana.)1