TL;DROne day ago, Reddit user u/Quazarz_ posted an image of his mockup of how the blueprint library should look and function. This post is already at 1.2K upvotes and is in the top 10 posts of the past month. It's received extremely positive feedback from the community, and I'd highly suggest you take a look.
What ?The blueprint library will function as a simple tree of text, from which blueprints can be selected, not as items, but as a selection in the tree. This image illustrates the idea perfectly.
Here is a link to the original post, with the discussion below it:
https://www.reddit.com/r/factorio/comme ... blueprint/
1. Blueprints can be easily organized
2. Intuitive to use
3. Blueprints take up no space
4. Blueprints can be perfectly described and found with a title
5. Easy to search through
6. Sharing blueprints is easy
7. No duplicates between blueprint library and inventory
1. Drastic change; transferring blueprints from old library and inventory to new system will be difficult
2. Less aesthetically pleasing