Return to original document position after following an internal hyperlink
Evince supports hyperlinks within one document, that will make the document jump to the anchor of a hyperlink, for instance a reference. This is a very useful behaviour. However, after jumping to a completely different part of the document, the reader often wants to continue reading at the previous postition. Evince offers no option to do that, so the original position has to be refound manually, e.g. by memorizing it and scrolling. There is a goto-menu, which offers to go to the previous page, next page, first page or last page.
It would be extremely helpful to have a "return to previous position" button, which returns to exactly the position in the document, before the last hyperlink was clicked. This way, the reader can quickly follow a hyperlink and return to the original position after the target has been viewed. Repeated clicking of the button could lead back to previous positions before the nth click of a hyperlink (up to a certain number).
I think there are no major obstacles to the implementation of this feature, and a lot of users would enjoy it. It is also very basic, conforming with the lightweight nature of evince.