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Looks like questions in the review tab are already in random order. Could we take it one step further and have that random list of questions be ordered by votes, ascending?

The logic being that questions and answers with more votes probably don't need as much TLC as those questions and answers with negative votes or zero votes.

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I've flagged many a answer that had positive votes, up to +3. What does re-ordering them by votes really achieve? – animuson Dec 6 '11 at 0:30
I'm just mentioning a trend in votes --> post quality. Posts with more votes are more likely to have fewer quality issues--it's not a hard & fast rule, just an observation. – Andrew Whitaker Dec 6 '11 at 0:45
There is no relation between votes, and quality of a post. There are high voted posts with a lower quality than posts with less votes. If you disable the random sorting, you can sort posts by their score. – kiamlaluno Dec 6 '11 at 2:26
up vote 0 down vote accepted

Turns out there's already a very easy way to do this under the Custom Sort area right below Tag Summary:

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That option will stick, giving the behavior I was looking for.

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