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I hit the 1000 reviews mark several days ago and still don't have the Reviewer badge.

(I saw that two of the new mods already have the badge, but they earned it before being elected.)

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The only "actions" that are counted towards the badge are those done while on the /review page. You can check the numbers in the "Your Review Stats" box on that page. –  chown Dec 4 '11 at 16:23
    
@chown Ah, I think there might be two problems. I see a different view when I go to /review on SO than on other sites, and I didn't quite know exactly what "actioned" really meant. Thanks. –  Bill the Lizard Dec 4 '11 at 17:16
    
@Bill: Also, multiple actions on one post don't count, only one per post. –  animuson Dec 4 '11 at 17:43

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Yes, Moderators can earn the Reviewer badge.

I have it over on Web Apps where I have been a moderator since Feb 2011.

A post becomes "reviewed" if you click "review post" or the hyperlink from the /review page. You can act on it anywhere after that.

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Thanks. It turns out I was working from an incomplete understanding of what "actioned" means. It's probably obvious to anyone paying attention, but for anyone else wondering, you have to take actions from the /review page or they don't count. –  Bill the Lizard Dec 4 '11 at 17:20
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@bill not true, a post becomes "reviewed" if you click "review post" or the hyperlink from the /review page. You can act on it anywhere after that –  waffles Dec 4 '11 at 21:44
    
@waffles Thanks for that clarification. –  Bill the Lizard Dec 5 '11 at 1:47

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