Respectfully the new layout for Family Search is not good. Please bring back the previous layout as it was much easier to navigate and made a lot more sense. I cannot work with the new layout.
Also, please make it possible to submit/share names to the Temple without having to reserve them first. Because I have over 300 reservations if I want to submit any names to the temple I cannot do it because it will not allow me to reserve anymore. I have to keep signing out and logging in to my daughters account to reserve and submit. There must be a way to share names straight to the temple without reserving them first. It also helps to make sure names are not getting missed being submitted and they are not sitting in the system without any chance of getting done.
Also, please find a way to highlight direct line ancestors. Sometimes when you are dealing with a lot of names and need to go back or forward it helps if the direct line ancestor is highlighted, so you can see immediately what your line is and do not get confused with brothers and sisters.
Lastly, please can you find a way to include the relationship on the printed temple cards. Temple work for the dead is a very sacred and personal experience and when I take names to the temple I like to know the exact relationship to that ancestor. I have been writing the relationship in the top corner of my cards in pencil. I have a lot of names to get through so it helps as a reminder to who each person is to me when I pull them out to do the work. However, it is time consuming to type in each code look up the relationship and write it down. It would be amazing if it was automatically printed on the temple card somewhere. You could even include which family line they are from, i.e. mother or father side. It is especially time consuming when I have to reprint the temple cards because I haven't had them returned to me and have to rewrite the relationship all over again.
The Lord loves organization and I feel these amendments would contribute to a more organized family search and temple experience.