Is there an option to create rough outlines for Image Indices?
There are a lot of un-indexed items in the catalog and many have hundreds (or thousands) of images, each with many names. It is not practical to expect every user to finely index such materials as they browse. But they could still insert tabbed index tags if the catalog item has a system of organization. (Such as Alphabetical sections that are not sub-sorted.) And users could easily mark divider pages that follow the system of organization.
Do such an opportunity for rough indexing exist in FamilySearch?
As and example, I was recently looking at the Pennsylvania Probate Records for Fayette county. It has multiple microfilm rolls. The card catalog I let me narrow to the roll for "Fayette > Orphans' Court record index 1784-1950 E-M". This roll has 562 images. And it has no Image Index. However, the roll is segregated - by first letter of last name.
While looking through for the 'K' surnames, I had had to explore the organization. So I would like to add that the Roll microfilming record is on image 3 and 559, the "E-J" section runs from image 7-318, the "K" section runs from image 319-369, and "L-M" section runs from 370-558.
I would easily have happily inserted those tab identifiers into the Image index if the Information Tab provided a function to insert a Image Index label.
"Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994," images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-899B-Y32B?cc=1999196&wc=9PM6-6TY%3A268497501%2C268524901 : 3 July 2014), Fayette > Orphans' Court record index 1784-1950 E-M > image 3 of 562; county courthouses, Pennsylvania.