We are working on a new view in HearThis that would allow a user (typically the project administrator) to see where there are potential problems in their HearThis recordings. the most common type of problem we would be able to identify is when the text of a block does not match the text as it was when the clip was recorded.
Our current proposal is to give the user a way to “ignore” the problem, which would essentially tell HearThis that the text difference is unimportant (e.g., a spelling change, a change in punctuation, etc.) so that the existing clip can be used and does not need to be re-recorded.
The question we have is whether a user would need to be able to go back and change their mind later. That is, would HearThis need to be able to remember that they ignored the problem so they could go back later and either un-ignore it or go ahead and re-record it.
If Yes, then would they want a “Forget” ability too? (Without that, eventually the number of previously ignored problems might get overwhelming.)
If Yes, would they want those to be sequential, or just a choice? In other words, would you want to have to first say “ignore this” and then be able to say, “yes, I’m sure, you can forget about this forever.” Or would you want two choices: “Ignore this for now but let me review it later” or “Ignore this forever”.
By the way, don’t get hung up on the exact wording of the options. We’ll figure that out. I’m just trying to spell out the choices clearly so they make sense,