What is the different between using Recall Knowledge and Identify Magic when you try to idetify spells? The first one requires an action and it's untrained, and the second one it's trained and for Exploration Mode. What else?
I am asking because I don't see the point in the last sentence: "...because you don't have the advantage of watching the spell being cast"
Here you have how Identiying Spells works according to CRB page 305
"Sometimes you need to identify a spell, especially if its effects are not obvious right away. If you notice a spell being cast, and you have prepared that spell or have it in your repertoire, you automatically know what the spell is, including the level to which it is heightened.
If you want to identify a spell but don’t have it prepared or in your repertoire, you must spend an action on your turn to attempt to identify it using Recall Knowledge. You typically notice a spell being cast by seeing its visual manifestations or hearing its verbal casting components. Identifying long-lasting
spells that are already in place requires using Identify Magic instead of Recall Knowledge because you don’t have the advantage of watching the spell being cast."