I read in another support post that one of the most common issues people face is trying to remove initials from in-text citations. I understand that initials are inserted when two authors have the same last name. This, however, is a strange convention, given that one can use the year of publishing to find the correct citation. (Even when the year is the same, they can be distinguished using 1998a vs 1998b). I have never seen this convention used in a published article or recommended in a citation manual, though perhaps some do. In any case, my thesis advisor does not like it, which means I will need to remove them manually every time I submit a draft, which undermines the convenience of using a citation manager.
All this can be solved rather simply: just give us a toggle button to remove initials in the Citation Style dialogue box, as you already do for “Always include DOIs and URLs.” Sincere thanks. I love every other aspect of this software.