I am writing a software program that displays a list of error messages and I want to tell users that an error message "can be marked as seen". For this I would like to describe the action taken by the user as a verb. Eg. "verb this error".
Edit - additional information: When the user has chosen this action the error will disappear from the list of error messages though it is still possible to find it through other means. This means the list of error messages will be curated by the user over time to show error messages that are current and still of interest.
When the error message have been "marked as seen" I would like to show that the error message has a "receipt" or similar noun to indicate that it has been seen. Eg. "Only show errors without noun". Alternatively I could use a negation of the previously mentioned verb eg. "Only show un-verbed errors"
Edit - additional information: It is possible to find the source of the error message and view more details about the source in question. Here all error messages will be visible but the ones that have been "marked as seen" will have a marker of some sort to show that the error message have been "verbed".
I hope this makes more sense after the edit. This is an attempt to be more specific so as to avoid answers that vary a lot, as per @KannE 's comment.
If anyone could help me with this I would really appreciate it.