I went through the last several months of forum posts and didn't find anything about this topic, so hopefully I'm not beating a dead horse.
So - now that I have my first quiz online, I've been playing other people's quizzes with a careful eye to get some ideas about how I can present my own future quizzes. By doing so, I've noticed a few errors and have decided to send the author a correction note (after checking and doublechecking that my correction is, in fact, correct - quite a few times I have thought "Oh, that's wrong! I should send a correction!" only to carefully reread and check only to realize that I'd misread the question or that I was wrong).
So that's all well and good, and I'm using the correction note system the way I think it's intended to be used. I've sent a handful of (polite!) correction notes off into the ether and have never heard or seen anything about them again, but I'm okay with that. My problem comes up as I'm playing the Global Challenge, and I come across a question that needs correction, but I know I've seen it before in a quiz and I can't remember if I've already sent a correction note about it or not.
Is there any way to track which quizzes/questions you have already sent correction notes on, or is there some kind of "sent notes" panel that I can look at to see the notes that I've already sent?
Additionally, as someone who submits a correction note, should I not expect to hear anything about the note? I was expecting to see something from the authors I'd sent notes to, but now I wonder if the correction notes are anonymous or something.
Please forgive any rambling/blathering... not enough sleep + too much caffeine.