How can I see only the items needing review that were not submitted by me? I'm trying to do more review, but it is becoming more tedious to locate the ones I haven't submitted myself. Is there a way to do this that I am missing? If there isn't a way to separate them out, it would be great if someone would review my submissions, to clear out… Show more
What is the correct way to transcribe words when one half appears at the end of a page and the at the beginning of the next?
I'm currently reviewing documents in the Wm. Oland Bourne Papers. The page I'm currently reading has lots of equals signs as punctuation (=). I have two questions. What do equals signs mean in the context of 19th-century handwriting? Should we type 'em in as we see them being used in documents? Many thanks -- Beth
I'm looking back at pages I submitted for review. At the top it says: "Check this transcription thoroughly. Accept if correct!" At the bottom it says: "You submitted this transcription...." Seems a bit contradictory! And if I edit someone else's transcription, I then have to re-submit it for review. Is this correct? Or am I doing something wrong?
I noticed yesterday that some modifications have been made to the site. After Submitting for review you are asked if you want to go to a new page or review a document. Nice change. Also, we can now edit transcriptions we submitted for review. We can't approve them but can edit and resubmit for review. Big improvement. I went back to Mary Church… Show more
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... before getting read to work on "By the People" transcriptions. I noticed this morning some markups of underlined text and suchlike that aren't used in these transcription projects. Per the How to Transcribe page: "The Library website cannot search for bold, italic, underlined or superscript text, so even when you see these features… Show more