Why Multiple Confirmation of Names?
It seems that every time I use the Get Involved app, I need to confirm names more times. It was just two or three, now it is often up to six.
Is this intentional? Is it a program bug? Are we confirming every edit that someone else has done?
On the surface it makes it seem like using the app is a waste of time and risks people getting disenchanted with this new activity pretty quickly. An explanation of what is really going on would really be helpful in encouraging people to go ahead and click that Match button six times in a row for the same name.
I have the same issue. It seems like I am wasting my time and I feel like quitting, when I am required to repeat the same name correction 6 times. I hope this can be fixed, it did not start out this way. It was more enjoyable to do when I corrected each given name only once.
Also, it would be nice if the word was highlighted in a way that did not make it hard to read parts of the word. I guess the white border is the issue, especially when there are 2, 3, or 4 small blue rectangles side by side. Remove the , highlight the area in one large rectangle instead of many small rectangles, or enlarge the size of the blue area so only an outside border would show, and it would be farther away from the edge of the letters.1
As always, unless a mod can confirm, there is no way of knowing if the team responsible have any idea of the possible negative impact of how this is working - i.e., the "need for" multiple correction of the same names could actually discourage people from "getting involved".1
The AI is likely asking you to verify for each time it indexed the name and each time a reviewer reviewed it differently. I have noticed as I am consistent with a name it finally shows the same spelling each time which was not the case in the beginning.0
Thank you for your feedback. This is a known bug that the engineers are actively working on. Although extensive testing was done prior to the release, there are still some new bugs that are being resolved. We appreciate your patience.0
Thank you for your feedback. The highlight making it hard to read some of the words has been noted by several volunteers and has been shared with the product team.0