There were three options:
* Changes, which reported on any observation, project or forum of yours that had been changed, grouped by type of change.
* Unread, which reported on all changes and new content, and which had the cool feature of reporting how many comments/replies on an observation you had not read. A very useful feature was being able to sort up/down the list by its headings (number of comments was especially useful to me as a curator, group and user where also very useful).
* Track: which was associated with a user's profile, which listed all observations, projects and forum pages they had contributed to (although I think it did not include identifications, but I am not sure of that).
Together those three were a pretty comprehensive for my curatorial needs. While it would have been nice to have more they catered for more than 80% of what I needed for administering the site.**
Of course, if these were possible as filters in the community observations that would be really cool. The filters would be:
* seen by me
* contributed by me (observation, ID, agreement, comment, reply (and tag - if we get the ability to add tags))
But what would be far cooller is being able to sort the community observations. The sorts I would like would be:
* number of comments
* number of reads
* ID score (reputation per observation)
* date observed
* date posted
There I have written "what I want". What is it exactly that you want?
The community filters (and projects, which are merely justified filters - although after Sept 2014 the map extent did not filter for filters and thus "polygon" filtering was confined to projects) catered for most of the rest. But what many users who are using the site to extract data (rather than get IDs or add in data) need is - specifically for projects:
* species lists (with a nice to have of compiling a field guide - a fancy name for a species list with a picture of each species)
* user lists
* rate of data submission
Specifically these and the observation list must be downloadable as a csv.