Still the same old problem in suggesting possible matches
Whilst the algorithm on the person pages appears to have been improved, certainly the one encountered when adding children to a parent appears to remain a problem.
Over the last few days, when adding children to parents, I have been getting suggestions that the child is a match with one born to parents (of the same name - say a William & Mary Spencer), but who lived hundreds of miles away, and sometimes in a different century.
Okay, maybe I have not entered too much detail against the child being added, but I don't always have birth / death details. When the possible matches appear on the page they initially look very convincing - it is only once the person pages for those suggested matches are opened up that the glaring mismatches are revealed.
I'm sure many inexperienced users are selecting the individuals shown in these suggestions, thus adding incorrect members to an existing family. Whereas many users seem very keen on receiving suggestions of this type (and other "record hints") I have always found they can lead to more harm than good.
Please tighten the algorithm here, or let users create their own family units first (i.e. without the ridiculous, suggested matches), so they can check later for possible duplicates.