Many times you have a record that has relationships to other records. For instance you have a rewards membership AND a web login. Need to be able to associate multiple items to quickly go to that related item.
Also related, the web logins share extension in iOS is great, but it need to be universal. Not limited to the web logins category only. I have credit cards in my records and also user and password to access the bank they belong...The share extension should work with every record that have a web address and user and password fields.
robert's comment on voting is good. why not show the most recent suggestion or comment. someone might have had the time to look thru many pages and refresh an older comment to the top.
Robert Weller commented
After reading all twenty pages of these suggestions, I find myself questioning the basic validity of the voting process. Placing the items with large numbers of votes on the first pages simply encourages people to vote for them, not necessarily because they are the most worthy or important, but simply because they are the most popular. It is a chore to look through 20 pages of ideas, and easy to simply go with the flow on the first few pages. There are many good ideas over on pages past 10 that deserve attention. I don't mean to downplay the significance of this important suggestion to add (double!) record linking and other items with large numbers of votes. Clearly these are important things. I am simply not convinced that the voting process being used here is going to produce the proper priorities. Perhaps, but perhaps not.
Another use case: I have three credit cards from bank A, but there is only one weblogin, so when I search for bank A, all my credit card records will show up. This will be really helpful.
Thomas Nguyen commented
For this issue what I did was creating one record, the web login record, and put the membership number as one of the fields inside that record. I much prefer bigger records with all related data inside that record than smaller records that scatter related data all over the place. For instance, I have a record for each member of my extended household, and each record contains multiple pieces of data all related to that person, such as DOB, SSN, driver license number, license plate number, phone unlock passcode, etc.
Bruce Cumming commented
You could add a unique key word in all the related records and then they will all show up in a search for that key word.
Extremely important and agree with this concept,