I went through some annotations yesterday on other users’ observations–I think just a page or two. This was the first time I added annotations on other users’ observations. Some of the observations were annotated as either “scat” or “track”, and I added “alive.” Later it dawned on me that “alive” probably means alive when the photo was taken. So I would like to go back and find those observations to remove my “alive” designation. Is there any way to search for them?
I did find another topic where someone else asked how to make this type of search for erroneous annotations, but it appeared no one answered.
Thank you, but I was looking at any mammals in the place “Western United States and Canada” and in Alaska that didn’t already have an annotation for “alive.”
I found about three of them using that search, and removed my annotations. Then there was a long stretch where I wasn’t seeing any more annotations of mine, so I stopped. I hope those three were all there were. Thank you, again.
You’re welcome, and don’t worry, that’s not a huge deal and observers can see and change those annotations possibly.
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