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Indexing arbitration review

After indexing, you can review your work for accuracy. When reviewing you can check feedback and check please review if you disagree with arbitration. I would like to see a drop down box to explain why you feel it should be reviewed again instead of having to set up a new case. I also think this would provide a quicker answer and I would also like to see something to let me know if it has been reviewed and the results of it being reviewed. Thanks.
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    https://www.familysearch.org/blog/tag...

    Just found where management has written several articles regarding indexing and arbitration changes that people are upset about. Click on the link or type FamilySearch Arbitration in the search box!
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    I strongly support the idea of a simple additional check box to indicate whether the arbitration results are being challenged for spelling or rule violation.

    Spelling is largely an interpretation of handwriting and very subjective.

    Rules are set up for consistency and should be followed. Arbitrators who fail to follow the rules are creating inconsistency and confusion.

    Arbitrators should be notified when they are obviously violating rules. Without feedback arbitrators simply continue to violate those rules.
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