The recently modified Find function will not locate tombstoned records
Records which have been merged into other records could be located using the find by ID option. With the new modification that ability has been taken away. If records have been incorrectly merged for example and you have the ID of the original record you cannot use the Find function to take you directly to the deleted record if you desire to restore that record. The present Find by ID takes you to the current record in Family Tree which the deleted record has been merged into. This creates a significant difficulty in attempting to restore deleted records.
As an example. Consider the record -- Anna Katrina Persdotter Deceased • M9FC-QWG. This is a deleted record that was merged into --- Anna Cathrina Persdotter 9 March 1860 – deceased • M9DQ-S6M and then merged into ---- Anna Katr Petersdotter 1860 – 1899 • GZZB-QZK. If you use Find by ID and search for M9FC-QWG it takes you to GZZB-QZK and if you look at the merges associated you will not find M9FC-QWG because it was merged with another record that was merged into the final record. To get to the original record one would have to search through all merges in an attempt to locate the original record. Find by ID used to take you to the deleted record so that it could be restored if necessary.
You can still go to the deleted record by entering the ID number in the recents dropdown but that is the only option now. The article from the help center -- How do I restore a deleted record for a person in Family Tree? -- indicates that you should use Find by ID to locate the deleted record. It does not mention using the recents dropdown. Thus we have an article that explains how to do something and a system that does not work.
Please modify the Find by ID operation to go back to taking you to the deleted record or provide another function to get there so that deleted records can easily be restored.