When the name is readable but crossed out, should I index it or mark it as a transcription error? Currently there is no option to do both.
Never mind, I just found out that after marking the transcription error, I can hit the back arrow and index the name anyways. So I'll do that.
Another problem though is when there are two different names written on a line, and both of the names are crossed out. They are still readable. I marked the transcription error, but should I still index one of the names? I feel bad indexing one of the names and leaving the other un-indexed, even if it is crossed out, because a relative may still find it helpful in a future search.
An additional problem is that if the crossed-out name is #20 out of 20 in the review group, once I mark the transcription error, I am unable to go back and index the name.
Also, in case it was unclear, the scenarios that I'm describing are when the name is crossed out and not replaced. Like the whole line is crossed out, though it still contains indexable information.
What you are doing sounds good, there will be more abilities to report these kinds of issues in the in the Family Review activity.