Improve "Find" Search Capabilities
It seems like FamilySearch's "Find" feature is not always very dependable and at times struggles to find names that are similar but spelt a little different.
For example, I will sometimes use the "Find" feature to double check that there are not duplicates of individuals (I have often found that FamilySearch does not always catch duplicates, but if I do a quick search on Find, I can sometimes find duplicates myself). Recently, I checked for duplicates for Edward J Mushtare (G7V9-2HV). In "Find", I put in his name and birthplace (New York, between 1906-1908). Several search results came up, but none of them were duplicates. Later, when attaching a source to Edward J Mushtare, I found that the source was already attached to an Edward Mashtar (G441-3M5). Edward Mushtare and Edward Mashtar share the same parents, same birth location, and almost the same birthdate. They are almost certainly duplicates, but I was disappointed that FamilySearch's "Find" tool could not pull up Edward Mashtar from a search of Edward Mushtare.
I think it would be helpful (and likely reduce the amount of duplicate temple work) if the searching capabilities of FamilySearch were improved. I realize that that is not a trivial recommendation, but I have run into this problem several times before.