I am finding that I am unable to get any information when I use your browse all collections feature
For example I am looking for a record from Canadian Headstones which comes up. I fill in my name in this case "Nesbitt P. Redmond" Location is Manitoba Canada and he died in 1978. When I press enter nothing comes up. I know the record is on the site (CanadianHeadstones ID 586291) What am I doing wrong or are you having a problem with this feature?
Sorry for the above question, Nesbitt was born in Manitoba, but was buried in Ontario, I am assuming that is the reason I could not find him.0
Now I am having a problem finding Nesbitts wife Verlie, no matter what combinations of married name, maiden name, parts of her name or all of her name I cannot get Verlie to come up. Please advise
If you're searching by a person's name, you're not using the "browse all collections" feature that you mentioned in your question title. You're simply using Search - Records, possibly pre-filtered to a collection.
The interface for this search has recently been changed, and I haven't heard of anyone yet who was successful with the new arrangement without a whole lot of struggle first. (They were supposedly aiming for easier to use, but I agree with everyone here in Communities that they failed. Miserably.)
I think perhaps you had a filter or exact checkbox or something left over from your previous searches, and that's why Verlie wasn't coming up, because she comes up twice at the very top of the list if I simply search for a Verlie Redmond who died in Canada (https://www.familysearch.org/search/record/results?count=100&q.deathLikePlace=Canada&q.givenName=Verlie&q.surname=Redmond): https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:W93N-TNMM and https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:W93N-TN3Z.0