It’s a little tricky to search for Citations because they don’t have a title.
An example: I’ve got a 1940 census record for a family that’s needed for a person I’m editing. I don’t have the the citation on my clipboard, so I need to go grab it. If I search for it, I can find it using the Source name, but the search results don’t actually include the citation itself because it doesn’t have the search text in it. Otherwise I can just scroll until I find the Source, but that’s a bit tedious. So I do a new search with the source ID that I just discovered and that shows the citations. Now I have to decide which of the citations to that census I want, but none of the visible citation info is useful for that. What I sometimes do is put what amounts to a title in the Volume/Page, but that fails when there is an actual volume/page in that citation, and is misusing that field.
The other method I use is to go to the Citations view and find it that way and then come back to the entry I’m editing, but then I’m bouncing around windows.
I could be missing something and there’s an easier way to find citations, in which case I’d be happy to hear it.
Otherwise does it make sense to simply add a title field to the Citations?