Clarify birth/christening date and place in the "person navigator" dialog
I have a suggestion for an improvement, which should be easy and very helpful.
It's about the dialog that I'll call the "person navigator", since I don't know what you call it. It comes up when you click on a person in the person page of Family Tree. It contains the person's birth and death info; links to Sources, Memories, Collaborate, etc; a temple ordinance summary; and then links to select the person in the tree or the person screen.
Bring up PID MF4B-P2W and display the person page. It shows John Walton, his wife, and his children. Then click the name of the first child Anne Walton. Notice that the "person navigator" window shows only a birth place, no date. Select that person, and see that she has a birth place, and a christening date and place. That's fairly common. The records give a christening date and place (at the church), plus a residence of the family at the time, but no birth date.
I think the logic of the "person navigator" is to show the christening info, but if the birth info exists, then to show that instead. I suggest it should not show the partial birth info. It should show the birth info only if it's complete (has a date and place). The full christening is more helpful than a partial birth.
Of course other choices are possible. You could show the birth place and the christening date, etc. You can choose the best approach. But choose a method that always shows a date and a place (if they exist, of course).