I would also like to see some improvement in the way the program handles BC dates I have a couple of royal linneages which can be traced back that far and if you look at my family stats th earliest date is in the 500's I have lots of date sbefore then but they seem to be taken as mistakes.
Just reading this post as it is something that I have been thinking about over the last few days.
Basically I see it as working like this:
1. Next to each name in a smart macth list is a check box.
2. You can select some of the names on a page
3. Once selected you have the option of carrying out a bulk accept or reject.
Any name that you want to investigate further can still be done so by using the existing features like confirm all or reject all, make single rejects or confirmations. Or using the tree comparison feature.
Currently it is possible to order the list by clicking on the relevant column, id number, first name, last name etc., Could this 'preference/ on how to order the list be remembered when the software is opened in future?
I often make discoveries on family members and put that information in the notes section of their profile, however I may not have a photo or document to go with it. So it does not get noted in the 'what's new' scroll on the homepage.
I think it would build interest by other family members if they could see these notes, or at least the first sentence or two, in the 'What's New' scroll.
Another idea related to the email function on the site.
I think it would be a terrific idea to have a copy of the email, when sent to all members, be posted as an update in What's New'. Another way to build visits and return traffic by site members to see what is new.
I send a weekly update and while I can cut and past to News that is cumbersome and not user friendly at all.
I would like to have MyHeritage consider improving the email to members feature by allowing the attachment of photos to emails when sent. Links are ok, but everyone loves photos and it draws readers in so much more that must verbage.