many errors - more than 20%
Once in awhile when reviewing, I've had to make many corrections. In one case the indexer indexed the wrong column of names. In another, the indexer either was not following instructions or was intentionally entering incorrect data.
Questions: When I see that there is obviously going to be well over 20% of errors, should I just send the batch back for re-indexing or go ahead and make the corrections.
When I make the corrections and there are 20, 30, 60, 70 percent of errors, does the Family Search system just automatically send the batch back for re-indexing after my submission? I don't want to waste my time reviewing and correcting those batches if that occurs.