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After three years you deserve an agreement Graeme.
It is not as hard as you say - the Original Image is a good one and it matches many of these -
Have you noticed that the ID panel has disobeyed you?
And Tim's here http://www.ispotnature.org/node/374080
Has failed on all counts!
Now you have two.
Ceri, can you say how this old post came to your notice please?
... the observation appears in everybody's unread observations/comments list. (See the unread tag on the myspot page.)
..yes, of course.
Does this mean, though, that you and some (many?)others read EVERY single post and comment?
I don't think I could manage, nor perhaps would enjoy that.
... but on a busy day when 5 pages of new observations appear I skim anything which is "obvious" and has plenty of agreements.
I am really impressed with that.
These are only flagged up when you have already agreed or commented on the observation, otherwise you would be overwhelmed!
... that comments are only flagged up on the changes tab when you have already commented or made an identification (or added an agreement, depending on how you've configured the filter), but that the unread tab shows all new and modified observations, where modification includes the addition of the comment; that's why I saw the original addition of a comment here.
That appears to be INcorrect as far as Ceri's agreement, which is why I asked - and which is the bit I don't quite yet understand.
I have always had that Filter ticked and sometimes glance at New or Unread
I am relieved that YOU feel it would be overwhelming!
What I find overwhelming is not the unread tab, but additional agreements to observations that I have agreed to, which is why I've removed observations that I've agreed to from the changes tab - even though that loses me feedback in the case when I've incorrectly agreed with an incorrect identification.
Yes, thanks; I've had that UNticked since the beginning.
The key now, then, is to wait and see if Ceri has some ticks in unusual places or, like you, watches every post.
I feel I may have taken too much space here in Mike's post.
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