Being a recent convert to iNat, I have started to steadily share my past observations, which means two things:
1 there is a lot of them (25 years of observations, well, you know…)
2 a good percentage of them are bound to be wrongly identified (lack of knowledge when I started out… and still lacking I guess)
Is there a way to quickly filter out all obs except the contested/challenged ones ?
Meaning (probably) the ones that have more than one contributor, and have yet not reached research grade.
I will probably want to reexamine these…
At the moment I spend a lot of time scrolling through pages, trying to spot those obs.
Please don’t close the thread. Even in case the original poster has the question answered, this is a general interest question. I imagine a lot of people, myself included, might wish to query for observations where the initial ID provided by the observer was disagreed with by one or more identifiers. That is different from querying if the observer has Maverick status, but would return a wider range of results where it might be worth taking a closer look.
I confirm that the solution offered in the other post is a first step (useful too), but I still feel the need to a more effective way to list my observations’ ID that have been contested by one or more person.
So I thing this post should stay open for now, thanks.