Increasing search capabilities will boost use of the product - especially among youth
Recently my family and I were looking through the family search materials / website and app and realized there is a gap in how you find cool and interesting stuff about your ancestors.
The idea is this: we start with a question and then the product enables us through search.
a) Who was the first convert in this particular family line?
b) Who was the first to come to America (or first to move out west)?
c) lower priority but fun questions: who had the most children? most wives? children who died under the age of x? What relatives were part of the Willie/Martin handcart companies?, etc.
Some of these are simple search queries that could pull from the data, but I didn't see a way to do this in any of the tools. The product is set up to click name by name until you discover this information in the "memories" section. It's very tedious and not something a young person would want to do.
In searching for conversion stories, or even just starting with a question, this would be amazing to discover the different types of pioneers in our family line.
Thanks! Happy to answer more questions if you're product team likes this feedback and wants to test it.