If you are an "All" approver you can see all the records, otherwise, you will
see the dataset for which you are approved.
You will see name data. To see Position data you have to select a name.
There are two considerations: limiting what you see and sorting what you
New entries are unapproved. A current registrant who edits their name
data will be unapproved.
This will typically be a registrant who changed their Position data
but didn't change their name data. It implies you need to look at Position
data to approve it. Take care when you are finished with a record and
all is approved that Check Me is turned off and Approved is turned
By default you don't see dropped records, even when ALL is selected.
You have to turn on this option to see them.
Sorting: One of your challenges will be elimination of duplicates. There is
no foolproof method for doing this. One way is to sort by name to look for
duplicate entries, the other way is to sort by email address to look for
duplicated addressed - which could be valid entries - but which may indicate a
duplication. One reason for duplication is a person who has a record but did
not set a password. They need to make a change and so they create a new entry
for their changes and now they are duplicated.