Most iNat pages have a title that lets you quickly identify them. Taxon Framework Relationship pages just say “iNaturalist”. Please add some kind of descriptive title.
This seems like a standard thing that’s just accidentally missing, so I moved it from feature requests to bug reports.
According to @loarie there wasn’t a title in the design here. Any preference for what you’d want to be displayed?
I don’t feel that strongly. It would be nice to be able to name the iNat taxon (like the title for a flag on a taxon), but with some not internal relationships, it gets sort of complicated. Maybe just “Taxon Framework Relationship XXXX”?
I would be OK with “
TFR Taxon name”. Curators who deal with these should quickly pick up on what TFR means – unless Taxon Framework Relationship is a translated string in iNat.
The question is where does the taxon name come from? If it’s iNat’s internal taxon name, then a relationship that is not internal doesn’t have a name. And if the relationship is one-to-many, which of the many iNat names do you use?
Yeah, good point, ideally it would be the iNat taxon through which the TFR was opened. But when that is ambiguous (or access to the TFR was direct), I guess TFR number would be the only other option.