Sure. If you right click on any place in Places, or click on the Unresolved icon in any place input box in the Person tab, you are given the "Resolve Place Name" screen.
The top 2 paragraphs describe their new approach to "bifurcated" place names. Free form text in the top box (an address, church name, cemetery name, historical name, whatever - represented by text to the left of the left-most comma - which can be repeated) is moved to the top box and "sandwiched" to the bottom resolved part and forms a partially resolved name.
These partially resolved place names are shown in the places Workspace with the Place icon without a checkmark or a question mark. This partially resolved name therefore resolves the place that a cemetery, for example, is in; and also places it in the heirarchical view. It does not review, or check, or "resolve" the free form text that the user moves to the top box.
This is an improvement over cemetery names in the place field because previously we had to mark ignore, or or just leave cemetery names unresolved. However, the main issue is that there are still many places that a person will want to leave unresolved - Oklahoma Territory or Viriginia for West Virginia etc - and they should be included in the new heirarchical view. I therefore suggest the heirarchical view would make more sense to simply include all places - resolved, full or partial, or not resolved.