Thanks for the great suggestion Edward.
Maybe I'm misunderstanding something here. I'm using Windows 10 and just downloaded version 5.0.940. I go to the graphs page and see the year species count. For simplicity, I'll use 2010 which has only four species entered. Click on the count bar and I get a page that starts with common kestrel from February 2015, then lists recent entries from 2015, and below that an inter-year population trend graph. None of which has anything to do with 2010. Except that a bit more searching around the page and I realise that there is a smaller column with the four species from 2010, of which the first is common kestrel. Oh, and it does mention 2010 in the search box above the other kestrel records. Surely the species I asked for from 2010 should be in that larger part of the window.
I think the problems I've had over the past couple of days are mostly that the two columns are the wrong way round and I'm thrown because the information I'm looking for is not the information that is most prominently displayed - and not just from clicking on the graph bats.
I've been too busy to use the program for a few months, but now I'm finding the navigation really clunky. I was wondering why there wasn't an alphabet to pick from. And surely there was a timeline in earlier versions - I could pick a year straight off the listing in the entries screen rather than having to enter it in the search box. If I click a year on the graphs page, it takes me to goodness knows where (somewhere in the species list) rather than a list of entries for than year.
This would also be useful, for example, when you are on holiday and see a few things around the accommodation each day which add up to a good list for the week or two. But as most days are spent exploring elsewhere you keep your daily list for those places. Presently I do put in a single list for the first day, and add a comment that it is actually an accumulation for the rest of the time spent at that location.
We’re considering if we can make a basic form of this available fairly soon.
This may mean accepting only a predefined format that we’d have samples for.
Now that all library content is available to everyone this feature is even more valuable.