I believe it would be helpful to see any changes the reviewer makes. It would be a learning opportunity to see how to view a batch through different eyes.
@LinBow I agree that it would be nice to have specific feedback about the accuracy of your indexing, or you can feel that you are working in a vacuum, but as Melissa says it opens a whole new can of worms.
Just for context (and apologies if I sound patronising, I hope I am not teaching you to suck eggs) before web indexing, all batches were indexed by 2 people and the indexing compared. If everything was the same job done. If there were fields where the indexed information was mismatched it went to an arbitrator who made the final call.
The indexer got feedback on their accuracy based on the above process and you could see what had been changed. You could even dispute the arbitrator's correction if you wanted to, which is where the can of worms comes in.
Who knows, if enough people request a feedback function FS may reinvent one. @John Empoliti has suggested an opt-in process which could be a good way to go provided that the reviewers are all opted-in.
I would be really interested to know how the new system compares with the old in terms of accuracy; it may be faster but is it as accurate? I know there are some checks that happen after review to maintain the integrity of the database.
It could be helpful and it could be problematic. Not all reviewers read the project instructions, field helps, examples, or follow the general guidelines. In the past when we had arbitration of two indexers and we could see the results, many times the arbiters made mistakes and confused very good indexers. I say watch what you wish for. Also, there is an avenue to use if an indexer has done a really poor job. Under Help, in the Labs section, we have a form that can be used to notify FamilySearch of problems with a batch so the indexer or the reviewer can get some training. It has to be a fairly critical error or a series of errors before I will use that form, because most errors aren't really all that critical.
But, if you read the project instructions, the field helps, the example, and check the general indexing guidelines when something isn't clear, you should feel pretty comfortable in your indexing. You can always share the batch on here, in a private message, or with a friend to see if you both agree with how your batch is indexed.
Appreciate your feedback. I will continue on with faith in the systerm.