I'm sure there are "many roads to Rome". And some of them have been shown here. However, I need to respectfully add my voice. Twice, in the past week, I have wanted to get to the list of ONS. I have not memorized any of the correct ways. Instead, I begin thinking, surely, even though there may be a number of steps and because there are several ways, I should be able to find it intuitively... following the path that makes sense. Each time, it took a lot of poking around to get there. It's not like I wasted a day, but when I'm in the flow of doing things, this comes to be an unfortunate flow-stopper.
The thing is for new people (and old people like me, maybe?) navigating the website can be a challenge. There are LOTS of menus... a mind-boggling lot of menus. I have not explored each one to see where it goes, because I'd not remember.
Even the Google search function gets some getting used to. I use Google all the time. What blew me away at first was all the "Google selected" choices I need to bypass. Even then I usually don't directly find what I'm looking for.
I said in the beginning, "respectfully". And I mean that sincerely for all the people who work so hard making WikiTree the wonderful place it is. What I'm asking of those who just know how to get where they want, that navigation is a real issue.
At the risk of display ignorance, may I take a stab at what the problem might be? I think it is in the "category" system. I think the WikiTree Category system is made to link ideas more than to find stuff. It is neither a "table of contents" nor an "index". It is a "right-brain" bonanza. And yes, I'm a right-brained thinker most of the time, but that usually doesn't help mo organize and find stuff... anywhere. It seems like there are too many circular references. When I think I'm aiming at the right place and soon end where I started, it is something like the Red Queen's race in Alice in Wonderland. (I'm trying to cute, not sarcastic).
One thing that makes it difficult is that there is dated material that, while it might be unlinked from one place, an unexpected link remains somewhere else. Making changes, improvements can result in some hard to find unintended consequences.
I'm not suggesting it is easy or it is something about WikiTree to be pissy and demanding about. Even tackling the wish list must be a challenge for programmers.
On the whole, things ARE improving at WikiTree. Honest work is being done that is really going in the right direction. I'm only offering something for smarter people than me to keep in mind if someone says they are confused about finding stuff.