For people who have an education event recorded, with the name of a school, college, or university, you can click that link to get a list of people who attended there.
A few related updates:
On this list page is now added a new list of all schools, colleges, and universities who have attached people, and showing a count of people. Choosing one will switch to that page. (The list is limited to those with 2 or more people, as there's no need to show a list of 1 person.)
On the menu under View > "Presidents, Politicians, & Other Officers", and then to the right on the submenu is a new option "Education" which will go to to the above page, and show a school at random.
Added to the pages for politicians and other various pages where you can choose columns to see, added is a choice for "Education" will show the school name. So you can scan down a list of people, and see who has blanks to be filled in.... and fill them in!
Selecting search result columns is now customizable the same way it is on other pages -- click the check button at the top of the page and drag up or down the fields you want to see. This helps to make it consistent with other pages, and makes it easier to add other choices in the future.
The Wikipedia and Findagrave buttons are moved down to the top of the sources. They are sources, and so this is more logical.
The "Tag" field is moved to the bottom of the page
The picture thumbnails are made a little smaller
These changes allow the sources to move up a little in the page, so they'll be less likely to be off the bottom of the screen.
When adding or editing:
The previous Wikipedia and Findagrave fields are moved into the sources area. First select the website from the "Sites" list, and then enter the website or Findagrave ID. Note that each option one can be chosen only once per person, as it is intended more for a biography of that person, rather than just a page that mentions the person.
This move enables other biographical websites to be added as new choices. Biographical websites for the US states Arkansas and North Carolina have been added.
This move enables these to have related footnotes as with other sources, if desired.
Other related changes will also probably come soon, after seeing how all this shakes out and how it can be improved further.
New feature: If you have sources that you use over and over -- for example, census lists -- you can now tag those sources as favorites. Then they will always show up in your list of choices without you having to search for them.
To select a favorite -- edit a source and check the "favorite" checkbox at the bottom. Then the next time you return to the website after being away, your favorites should already show up in the dropdown source list. If you no longer want to see a certain source, uncheck the box, and it will no longer show up the next time you return.
You can select as many as you want, but don't select too many, as the list will be too long.
If you want to add information for another researcher, the setup has changed a little -- instead of going to the button, to add an event, this is moved into the main editing page for the person. Now, any NEW events, and NEW entries for the occupation, wikipedia, and findagrave fields will all be directly saved into the person's information, without needing approval.
For any updates to another person's existing information, even if you added it yourself, this still needs to go to the other researcher for approval.
This is essentially the same as before, just adding a few new fields with this ability.
Minor update when selecting places. In the place dropdown list of states and countries, you've always been able to type the first letter(s) to skip down to a desired state. So "N" goes to the first "N", "Nebraska", or typing "Nev" goes to "Nevada", etc. But this gets tedious if you want to select New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, or New York.
So I added a few custom key combinations here -- typing "NH", "NJ", "NM", and "NY" will select these four states wihtout further complications.