In sources, show ID# next to names and link to map
Under sources, the names in blue (or red if the link is clicked) are the names of secondary persons, such as father, mother, sibling. It would be very helpful if the ID# was displayed next to the name. This would help identify errors and duplicate persons.
Here’s an example.
John Mitchel (L2L1-C5H) has 3 Christening sources in 1770
Father: James Mitchel (2W31-JTR) Newburgh, Fife, Scotland, 4 Mar 1770
Father: James Mitchel (MBK7-Z3K) Glenmuick, Aberdeenshire, Scotland, 4 Mar 1770
Father: James Mitchel (2W31-JTR) Dairsie, Fife, Scotland, United Kingdom, 23 Mar 1770
Either MBK7-Z3K needs to be merged with 2W31-JTR, or given that Glenmuick is 80 miles from Newburgh, MBK7-Z3K is likely a different person.
It would also be beneficial for locations to have a link to a map of that time period. Ideally, once the map is open, then other links can go to that same map for comparison showing distances between locations. In the above example, such a map would show that Glenmuick is 80 miles from Newburgh.
Note: The existing map under “ABOUT” does not do this. That map only shows locations in “DETAILS” of the person and does show locations shown in “SOURCES”.
These features would save time, allowing users to accomplish more. And, allow users to more easily identify errors.