Do all differences between the indexer and the reviewer go to a third person for a final review/decision?
Only if 20% change threshold is exceeded. So reviewer changes 20% of indexer submission then that review will be reviewed. if that 2nd reviewer changes 20% or more it goes to one more review - I believe - then it goes to Familysearch to decide. This makes the first review pass critical!
I hope this helps.
Maybe similar to John's question: I have been reviewing and realized that I made an error after submitting it - nothing major, but I'd like to go back and fix it. Is that possible? I can't see how. Thanks.
@BarbaraMurck, you can not go back and retrieve a batch to fix it. Once submitted, it is final. Unless it has enough changes to signal a second review. A batch can go through three reviews before it heads to FamilySearch for a 4th and final review.
I liked the old indexing program. The indexers and reviewers were "graded". I was able to see what was fixed from my index. I was even able to reach out and let mod know that what was "fixed" was in fact incorrect. I also learned a lot by seeing my mistakes as an indexer and when I became a reviewer I felt more confident in my ability to review and fix errors. There weren't as many indexers and reviewers back then. Maybe that is why they changed it. I also had to install a program to my computer, this could be another reason why it was changed. Still, being able to see my mistakes and learn and grown made me a better indexer and reviewer. I wish they could bring that back in some way. A lot of people do not like the grading.