I use “flags” to create lists with some of my observations, when I can’t give an ID while being convinced that these observations correspond to the same species. This will help a lot the day someone find an ID. For instance:
But this is desirable also when dealing with other people observations. I am reviewing all the observations of some species of the Senna genus and I noticed that many observations in the Senna obtusifolia taxon page do not match, but match with each other. For instance:
So, I put this comment in ALL of these observations:
And when I find one more that match with the others… I have to update all these comments, if I want to keep consistent and complete.
With a list, it would be much easier. (And I wouldn’t mind if other people are allowed to add/remove observations from such a list). A way to implement that would be a “public flag”, so that the present management of flags could be reused, the only change being the right for anyone to add/remove such a “public flag” from any observation (that he/she owns or not).