My usage of the Favorites has evolved. I feel the need to clean my Favorites and work differently.
1) Recently, I have put in the Favorites some observations to remind me about some taxa useful when identifying, for instance the australian tribes Bossiaeeae and Mirbelieae. These tribes are easy to recognize as a whole, but difficult for me to distinguish from each other.
Now, I have these tribes in a notepad, and I don’t need anymore such observations in my Favorites. Whenever I see such an observation, I identify it at the Subfamily Faboideae level with the comment “Bossiaeeae? Mirbelieae?”, and often this triggers a species level identification a little bit later by someone else.
2) I also used to put in the Favorites observations I cannot identify yet, but similar to other observations I have seen that were identified. In that case, I hope to find again later what it is.
I have just created a traditional project “Checklist JPB” to list observations I cannot identify yet, but showing original features that will make them easy to identify later, if I find one already identified later. The case happened already (it was an observation very similar to this one), and I regret not having kept track of the unidentified ones.