Improvement needs to made to "Possible Match" suggestions when Adding Child
I receive all sorts of suggestions for a possibly matching individual when adding a child to a parent. Although I am not including much detail to the child being added (no date / place of birth, etc.), surely there should be some reference (in the algorithm) to details of the parent(s)?
In the latest example, I am adding a son to an father who died at 1677. Yet I am being presented with a suggested match of the father's grandchild, who was not born until 1687!
Other examples I have come across apply to individuals from totally different time periods and parts of the country (England), just because the child and his parents' first names match.
There appears to have been a tightening of the algorithm that produces Research Hints on the Person pages. The same needs to be applied here, because inexperienced users are always likely to take these suggestions at face value, believing there to be good reason for FamilySearch to be presenting such suggestions.
In short, I believe no reference to the father's details is being used in the current process - otherwise, how could an individual born in 1687 be suggested as the son of someone who died in 1677?
(Incidentally, the "Possible Match" actually shows his true father / parents, with 1720 burial(s).)