Is this batch part of the glitchy system that I am reading about today?
I am reviewing the following batch: https://www.familysearch.org/indexing/batch/4744d77b-6552-4aec-a469-3fdfb54e21ae. It is a batch from; Sierra Leone—Birth and Death Registrations, 1858–2016 [Part B][M39G-57N].
When I received the batch I went through step one of ticking off yes and next batch. When I started to review image 1 and 2 had information filled in the entry fields. The other 4 were blank. They were set up properly to review but nothing filled in. I have gone through and filled in the information. It is all shown as corrections.
I will not submit the batch until told to do so.
If you corrected it all you can submit it. The batch will just go to another reviewer to check your work. To the other reviewer it will look like any other indexed batch. When we, as reviewers, correct more than 20% of the entries, it always goes to a second reviewer. I usually correct everything when there's a lot wrong, but in this case I would have sent it back to be indexed again. But it's all good. Once you submit it, it will move along nicely since you fixed it.1
Ah, I see now what you mean about the glitchy system. From what I see people say, their batches aren't saving all the entries. But in this case it looks like the indexer submitted it, which he wouldn't have been able to do if the fields were empty. Also, in your batch someone had marked those fields Blank, so it's not like data just didn't save.0
The fields were not actually marked blank they were just empty. That is why I asked the question. I couldn't understand how it could be submitted with empty fields???0
Thank you for reporting this. Thank you for filling in the correct information. Please go ahead and submit this batch. We have everything we need to report this. You did a great job.1
I didn't actually try that but their was no <Blank> notation in the fields when I started they were just empty.
Thank you I will go ahead and submit the batch0