For beginners you generally you only work in one view until it’s perfect, and then trust the ratsnests in the other views. For advanced you can work in any view because you can see in your head what will happen in other views. Also sometimes FZ will default to what was last connected, so check all views to see that they follow suit. The biggest mistake I see is that people don’t realise parts have numbered ends, so they force connections in other views and not follow the ratsnests.
The caps can be fixed by seating them one row lower, but if you aren’t sure you usually move parts a distance away so it stretches the rats so you can see where they should be connected. Basically FZ will unseat parts in other views making you reseat them, and this is a quick way to show you what is effected.