Simplify Naviation of Changing Parent-Child Relationship
When looking at Parent-Child Relationship pop-up window there are Remove and Replace links under the father section, the mother section and the child section that each create a different pop-window.
Clicking on Remove and Replace under the father section creates a Remove or Replace pop-up window where the user must select Replace Father or Remove Father.
Clicking on Remove or Replace under mother section creates a Remove or Replace pop-up window where the user must select Replace Mother or Remove Mother.
Clicking on Remove or Replace under the child section creates a Remove or Replace pop-up window where the user must select Replace Parents or Remove Parents.
My idea is to get rid of the 3 inbetween Remove and Replace windows.
Put the Replace Father and Remove Father links from the father´s Remove or Replace window on the Parent-Child Relationship window under the father section.
Put the Replace Mother and Remove Mother links from the mother´s Remove and Replace pop-up window on the Parent-Child Relationship window under the mother section.
Put the Replace Parents and Remove Parents links from the child´s Remove and Replace window on the Parent-Child Relationship window under the child section.
All the information on the Parent-Child Relationship window doesn´t fit in the default window size without scrolling anyways. Each pop-window adds an extra click to the process of changing a relationship. As someone that uses familysearch a lot, it would be more convenient to have specific links on the Parent-Child Relationship window instead of the generic Remove and Replace links that create 3 additional separate windows. Using fewer clicks to accomplish the task of changing a relationship is a better thing as a user.
Getting rid of the inbetween Remove and Replace windows will also help currently family history consultants and volunteers that teach less experienced users how to use familysearch. More pop-up windows means more complicated instructions are necessary to demonstrate/explain the process to change a relationship.