Educating indexer who makes systematic error
In my Review process I encountered an indexer who systematically calculates and register events' "year" data. He/She indexes brilliantly, but it is rather annoying to correct this undocumented data, which - if not corrected - might mislead researchers.
An example: death record shows the birth year and age of the deceased person (eg. 25 Jan 1904 age 74). The indexer register in the field "birth year": 1830. However this could be 1829 as well, so the data is unsure, therefore should not be registered.
It is OK to correct it during review, but when you have this problem hundreds of times, it gets annoying, especially when everything else is correct.
Can the FamiliSearch team identify the indexer and educate to follow the proper indexing?