I indexed some batches a long time ago (13/4/2021) but I don't see any review of them?
How can it is possible? Maybe I made some mistake when submit the batches?
Please, help me
Thanks in advance.
I am curious how you know they haven't been reviewed?
Hi David. The system isn't like it used to be where we got results on our work for submitted batches after they were arbitrated.
Now with web-indexing, one person indexes the batch and then it moves into the review phase. Reviewers are simply indexers who have completed 1000 entries (entered data for 1000 names). Once you have done that, a review button will be displayed when you go to Find Batches. You are able to choose to index, or choose to review an indexed batch. The fail-safe for reviewing is that if a reviewer changes 20% or more of the indexer's batch, it then goes to a second reviewer, if that person changes 20% or more the batch goes to a third review. If after the third review an 80%+ agreement cannot be reached, then the batch is reviewed by familySearch staffers.
Just read the project instructions, the examples, and the field helps and do your best! If you ever want a batch reviewed to make sure you are correct, just hold on to the batch and share the batch code here. Someone will be glad to give it a second look! The batch code is the series of numbers/letters in brackets after the project title. [XXXX-XXX]
Hi @DavideRobustini . I think you may be misinterpreting the My Indexing Totals on your "My Batches" page. The space after the Review line indicates that YOU have not done any reviewing, NOT that no one has reviewed your Indexed Records. A Reviewer has reviewed them, but you/we never hear or know about it. As Melissa indicated, when you have indexed 1000 records, you will see a "Review" option/button to check out a batch and the usual "Index" button. If you check out and review some batches, that Review line under My Indexing Totals will show how many records YOU have reviewed.