When you index, FamilySearch keeps track of the numbers showing your personal progress. Do they also keep track of our progress when we review the census so that we can see our progress by these numbers?
If you go to Get Involved then My Opportunities, it will show your indexing stats, as well as your 1950 Census review stats.
Just FYI in regards to the 1950 US Census numbers, that page only shows the "Reviewed Names". It does not show the "Document Headers" reviewed or the number of "Families" reviewed.
@MerilynGreen and @Chas Howell, if you want to see your stats for the 1950 census, when you go to Get Involved and then click on 1950 Census, you are on the home page of the 1950 census. At the top highlighted in blue you will see "See your Contributions". Click on that and it will give contributions total and also break it down into each state and what you have contributed. You can also get there by just scrolling down the page on that home page.
I hope that this helps. Let me know if I can help you further or if you are unable to see your progress. Thank you for all that you are doing!!
@AndLinda , yes I am well aware of where those numbers are. I was only pointing out that all categories of 1950 US Census stats do not show on the page @Norm Jones ' post suggested when he said, "it will show your indexing stats, as well as your 1950 Census review stats."
@Chas Howell, I'm sorry. Yes, I was aware that you probably knew this already. Just added you into the message. Thank you so much for all that you are doing with the 1950 census.