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Hi all,

currently new issues are set to "new", so there is no indication, whether an issue has been reviewed or not.

I suggest to generate a dummy user

QA-volunteers, who have confirmed an issue, would then assign it to this dummy user and others would be able to filter the issues in their search.

Is this possible from a technical point of view?

Do you think, that would be useful?

Or is there already a method for marking an issue "confirmed" and I only miss it?

Kind regards

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