I accept that the FH Book does not list Citation in the Index but it does have Source Citation. However, I agree its Index has room for improvement.
This reminds me that I have often thought the same about the “index” in the Knowledge Base. I know most people probably use the search box in the KB rather than the index, but a new user might head for the index, particularly if they are used to a traditional printed index.
It does have an entry for Citations but that is almost by luck. The so-called index in the KB is in fact just a list of Contents sorted alphabetically. There is a difference. Each entry in the KB “index” is just the title of a section in the KB, which in many cases doesn’t start with a word you might be looking for. That’s not an index.
Example 1: Suppose a new user has a question about printing large diagrams from a PDF. They won’t find what they want under P for Printing (the most obvious place to look), or P for PDF, or D for Diagrams or C for Charts or L for Large. It’s under S for Single Page PDF of a Diagram, because that is the title of the section in the KB.
Example 2: Suppose a user is having problems installing or upgrading. They won’t find anything under I for Installing or U for Upgrading. It’s under F for Family Historian Installation Advice/Details/Problems!!
I’m not sure what the solution is. It’s tempting to suggest removing the index completely, because it’s not a proper index.