LOC Crowd: Can I filter out work I've already reviewed?

I'm working in the Library of Congress Crowd section, reviewing the Abraham Lincoln Paper, and am wondering if there's any way to filter out work I've already done when I'm searching for new stuff to review? (I'm wasting time having to click and reclick to get to work to review, and in some cases, am finding stuff I've already worked on.)

Help?

Beth

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  • Beth Graham Using notes and tags: As you study each document, take notes or tags to indicate that you have already reviewed the material. This will allow you to easily distinguish previously viewed documents from new ones. Maintaining a list: Keep a list of what you've viewed so you have an idea of what you've already viewed. This can be done electronically or on paper, depending on your preference. Using tags and keywords: Assign tags or keywords to each document you view so that you can easily find it among other materials in the future.

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  • Beth Graham Using notes and tags: As you study each document, take notes or tags to indicate that you have already reviewed the material. This will allow you to easily distinguish previously viewed documents from new ones. Maintaining a list: Keep a list of what you've viewed so you have an idea of what you've already viewed. This can be done electronically or on paper, depending on your preference. Using tags and keywords: Assign tags or keywords to each document you view so that you can easily find it among other materials in the future.

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