Mikerowaved wrote:Since each member using the service must identify themselves with login credentials, why not allow them to do the verifying/repositioning for their own address? Who knows their own house from an aerial view better than the one residing there? If CHQ has a problem with this, then at least let each user submit proposed changes to their local leadership for approval. A clerk can then double-check it was done correctly and set it in stone. This would be far more efficient than researching each address from scratch.
I agree that opening up the "coordinates correction" functionality for members to verify their own household(s) is a great idea. To clarify, I think the clerks and other leaders should be able to still maintain privilege to the feature as well, as some members will never verify their own location and somebody needs to do it. The clerk-approval step is an interesting proposal and could be helpful.