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We are currently soliciting feedback for an improved version of /review to help with the very important task of maintaining site quality. There are three targeted tasks we have built thus far and will continue to roll out others after we gain confidence these three are working:

  • Low Quality Posts: This task targets posts that we've algorithmically determined to be low quality. Your job is to read these posts and:

    • decide if a post does in fact Look Good
    • Edit the post to make it better
    • Delete1 the post entirely
    • or skip it if you are Not Sure.

    The minimum reputation to perform this task corresponds with the ability to edit any post (currently 2,000).

  • Suggested Edits: This task targets posts edited by users who have not yet earned the reputation to fully edit. Your job is to read these edits and:

    • decide to Approve the edit as is
    • Reject the edit
    • Edit the original post and make your own edit
    • Delete the post (moderator only)
    • or skip it if you are Not Sure.

    The minimum reputation to perform this task corresponds with the ability to edit any post (currently 2,000).

  • Close Votes: This task targets posts that have received at least one close vote. These posts generally need additional review to help decide if a post does in fact require closure. Your job is to read these posts and:

    • decide to Close this post by casting another close vote
    • Do Not Close2 this post if do not agree with the reasons for closing
    • Edit this post to make it better
    • or skip it if you are Not Sure.

    The minimum reputation to perform this task corresponds with the ability to cast close votes (currently 3,000).

Each of the actions on the review task listed above may not always be available based on your current reputation or moderator status. We will be reviewing the data collected in this experiment closely to determine if these new review tasks are working and also reserve the right to pull these tasks out entirely if we find they are not. We have enabled these review tasks on Meta, Super User, Server Fault, and Stack Overflow.

To check out the new hotness visit: http://meta.stackoverflow.com/review

1 If you don't have enough rep to delete, you can "Recommend Deletion". This doesn't do anything right now except move it to the front of the queue for people who can delete it.
2 "Do Not Close" just removes it from the queue right now -- it doesn't affect close votes.

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@nhahtdh: "These will soon be moved to the new beta Review Task system" - So yes. –  animuson Jul 12 '12 at 17:58
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What happens with "Not Sure?" What if you want to come back to it later? There doesn't seem to be a mechanism for un-dequeuing a post. –  CodeGnome Jul 12 '12 at 18:40
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What happened to badge progress? –  octopusgrabbus Jul 12 '12 at 20:25
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@octopusgrabbus you are still making progress. We will add this back to the new review task soon. –  Geoff Dalgas Jul 12 '12 at 20:27
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[cross-posted from SF.chat] You need 2000 rep to use the first two links. I have 1.4k rep on SF with 400 helpful flags. I'm going to still have to use the "old" links until they get move or I get more rep. I'm not expecting for the whole system to be changed but could they be made avalible to those with 2000k rep or 250+ helpful flags? That number demonstatres a decent understand of the flagging system. –  tombull89 Jul 13 '12 at 7:38
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Are there 85,3k CloseVotes or 85,3k questions with at least one close vote? The second metric would make more sense. –  örs Jul 13 '12 at 8:52
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Isn't a required rep of 2000 a bit excessive. Its not like a 1000 rep user wouldn't be able to tell if a question was low quality or not. –  VBwhatnow Jul 13 '12 at 10:52
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With such high rep limits, review might start stalling, especially on AskUbuntu, where panicky users are great in number, and returning users are few. –  hexafraction Jul 13 '12 at 12:28
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Just want to say that I really like the direction the review workflow has headed. Usability while reviewing was probably my biggest (of few) gripes with SO, so I'm super-excited. A huge thank you to the team for this. –  Rob Hruska Jul 13 '12 at 16:37
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The "not sure" option rubs me the wrong way. Makes me doubt myself sometimes when all I want to do is move on. Couldn't it say "Pass" or "Skip" instead? –  j08691 Jul 13 '12 at 17:27
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@PopularDemand - Yeah I had the same thought, although "not sure" connotes a meaning behind the action whereas "skip" or "pass" simply denote the action of moving onto the next review item. –  j08691 Jul 13 '12 at 18:44
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I like it, great idea!!! One comment: the close vote tab should have a big warning: CAUTION, USING THIS FEATURE CAN REALLY RUIN YOUR DAY (and an ad of the leading antidepressants brand). It's really depressing to see the amount of crap coming by when doing it for half an hour. Worse than the "low quality posts". Ehh, I guess it works... –  Gert Arnold Jul 15 '12 at 11:41
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@Gert: that's not a terrible idea... I know I can't spend too much time wading through the 10K/mod tools without sinking into despair. Maybe when you run out of close votes it should automatically redirect you to stackoverflow.com/questions/greatest-hits... er... –  Shog9 Jul 16 '12 at 3:41
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I'm a <2K user and I like the old system as it is. I couldn't access to any of these new sections, only to the statistics. Why? That would be my "don't like, stay with old". And of course, I couldn't test any new feature. –  Shegit Brahm Jul 17 '12 at 7:01
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This way is far more effective and addictive than before. I find myself spending more time looking at the question, and spending more time than in the previous version! –  C. Ross Jul 18 '12 at 13:26

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What little I can see looks cool now, but it would be nice if some other folks (for example, 40k users on SO who only have 1.6k rep here) could see it too... :)

Maybe I'm dense but I can't figure out what the row of gravatars after each of the tools represents?

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It has now been enabled on SO. –  Geoff Dalgas Jul 12 '12 at 17:59

Few comments:

  • Can the confirmation for delete please be removed? If not, provide an option. It's the /review route. I know a lot will be up for deletion. Having a confirmation is really annoying. At least skip the confirmation for Moderators
  • It would be great if all answers were visible, below the question. Having that helps to know whether it should be moved to a comment or deleted altogether
  • After approving/rejecting a suggested edit, the other button ( approve/reject) still remains. Fixed
  • Also, why aren't the voting arrows present on the posts? :/
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+1 on the voting arrows –  mgorven Jul 12 '12 at 23:30
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You must construct additional voting arrows –  Ben Brocka Jul 16 '12 at 1:48

Awesome, glad to see you guys aren't slacking. SO's a great site now and will get even better. I frequent the review tab a lot, but my rep's < 2000, so I can't access any of those tasks. Can you offer the beta only to those who can access it? Currently, I'm seeing this every time I click review.

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I'm fully aware of that. I don't like needing to click through twice. Alert me once, then let me be, since I can't do anything about it. –  SomeKittens Jul 12 '12 at 18:37
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Cool, cool - just making sure you saw that. –  jadarnel27 Jul 12 '12 at 18:40
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I agree with @SomeKittens. And I guess I understand why you might want only established users to be able to edit posts. But as someone who constantly edits everything I read, I am going to feel soooo left out. –  theJollySin Jul 12 '12 at 20:01

Some of questions raised due to new review system?

  1. How/Does/Where review stats going to be displayed.
  2. How new review system will affect the review stats and it's parameters? Why not to show all parameters done in review stats?
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  3. How/where the badge progress on review page(Copy Editor, Electorate) will be shown? enter image description here

  4. If we click on Not Sure in reviewing low quality posts, then will those be counted in reviewed posts.
  5. Does First answers and First questions are not required to review according to review system? enter image description here
  6. Why not given close option for low quality posts? Does only answers shown in low quality posts?
  7. Why can't we vote on posts according to new system during review? enter image description here
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We will be bringing back badge progress in some form. –  Shog9 Jul 25 '12 at 17:05

Does editing from the close vote review page have to take the user away from the question once the edit is submitted? Sometimes I want to both edit and give my opinion on whether the question should be closed.

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Editing implies "Do not close". From the instructions: "Edit if this question could be improved so that it does not need to be closed" –  David Fullerton Jul 12 '12 at 19:45
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Sometimes. Just because a post is closed doesn't mean it ought to look like crap. And there's always that "Not Sure" option, too. If a Haskell question has a possible duplicate and I don't know the first thing about Haskell, I should still be given the option to fix up the grammar without saying "I think this dupe suggestion is incorrect." –  Pops Jul 13 '12 at 20:33

The Review - close votes section is heavily gimped - I can no longer sort/filter by number of close votes or close reasons.

Please, please get this on the new tasks.

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I ran into a problem with this today. I noticed a poor edit suggestion and went to just improve the post and do it right. I went in, edited the post, submitted it, and I was moved on to the next suggestion. I went to the thread with the actual post (thanks to the browser history) to review the question and I noticed that my edits didn't take effect. I went in from the post itself (rather than the new review queue) and re-made my edits. I was given an error that the title already existed.

Apparently if there is an error making an edit in the queue it just swallows the error, displays nothing to the user, and moves on giving the impression that it worked even if it didn't.

A few unrelated comments:

  • I also miss not having the number of approve/reject votes displayed, or the reject reasons displayed, as on the old permanent edit suggestion page. It also doesn't list the approval/suggestion stats or recent approvals/suggestions (which is less useful than reject reasons, but still useful).

  • If you hit 'not sure' for an edit and then go back to it it says you've already voted and can't vote again. While I can understand approve/reject votes being locked, and it's nice to not have something I've "not sure-ed" show up again in the queue, I would like to change my vote. This was prompted by a mis-click when I meant to reject a suggested edit.

  • When you run out of votes it would be nice of the approve/reject buttons just went away, and there was some indication at the top of the page so that I don't spend time looking through questions that I can't vote on.

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You can now go back and change things you clicked "Not Sure" on –  David Fullerton Jul 23 '12 at 14:52

Found a slight quirk.

When a question has a close vote on it, the duplicate is already closed and you vote to close as a duplicate as is suggested by /review you get this error:

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As is the case with this question the most likely offender is going to be in the form of migrated cross-site duplicates getting closed out and people vote to close different questions as a duplicate with one "winning" the close and the other being left with close votes.

Do these type of duplicate questions need to be hidden from /review?

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Not sure if anyone mentioned this, but "Low Quality Posts" could be further segmented into

  • "Low Quality Questions"
  • "Low Quality Answers".

I had to stare hard at an "answer" before I realized it was actually a question.

It would make reviewing faster because you don't have to switch sentiments whenever the UI switches between showing you a question and showing you an answer.

Just sayin'.

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@PopularDemand My thinking is that questions and answers have slightly different criteria for being "low quality". If you have to constantly switch criteria in your head, you work slower. –  JimmyPena Jul 12 '12 at 20:40
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I think it is better if there is some kind of visual indicator to indicate it is a question or answer for Low Quality category and for Suggested Edit category. Currently, we have to scroll down near the end of the post to see "answered XXX" or "asked XXX". –  nhahtdh Jul 13 '12 at 1:29
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Another reason for this is that you cannot usefully review questions once you're out of close votes. Only reviewing answers works though, and this would be one possible way to get that. –  Daniel Beck Jul 15 '12 at 21:00

Under the "Close vote" section, it would be nice to have a smaller "reason selection" dialog pop up closer to the top of the screen instead of having the normal VtC dialog appear when Close is selected. Having to respond to the normal one interrupts the workflow.

It might be nice to do away with the normal VtC dialog all together when reviewers were simply assenting to the already selected close reason, but not making it so convenient that it was possible to accidentally click through.

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Our philosophy with the design of the review UI has been to keep it fairly simple and avoid unnecessarily prejudicing you in favor of a particular action. Showing the existing close reasons (yes, there can be multiple) already heavily suggests that the question should be closed for one of them, but forcing you to select from the full list reinforces your role in deciding if and how the questions should be closed. That said, for extra-complicated decisions like duplicate-closing, there's definitely room for improvement; see also: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/138316 –  Shog9 Jul 25 '12 at 16:47

In the old review-process I could restrict reviews to the tags I understand. In the new review I am supposed to give comments to things I do not understand.

Thus, I would like to have my tags back!


For clarification, these work in the old process:

These do not work in the new process:

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This was the first thing I noticed. I tend to limit my reviewing mostly to my areas of specific expertise, where I'm most likely to be able to locate duplicate questions, etc. –  Michael Berkowski Jul 13 '12 at 0:34
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This isn't so much a problem when reviewing for writing quality, but it's certainly a major issue when trying to determine whether a post is on-topic or not, and whether it should be closed or migrated. I want tags back too! –  CodeGnome Jul 14 '12 at 14:03
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+10 if I could. –  Bazzz Jul 19 '12 at 7:15

I'm facing an issue related with the rejection of tag-wiki's:

More than once that I've came across and rejected the same tag wiki.

Seems like my previous rejection wasn't registered or isn't being recognized as "already rejected by me" when prepared for presentation.

Ps:
Nice work on this new review system, I'm an even more happy user :)

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I like this so far. However, while looking at the Low quality posts section, I had issues with it. The only options to choose from are Looks good, Edit, Recommend deletion, and Not sure.

What does Recommend Deletion do? Does it make a flag or something? I wouldn't mind having the flagging option somewhere on this page, I feel it's sometimes necessary. I may want to flag it as "Not an answer" sometimes, or point out advertisement.

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Completely impractical. Very poor workflow design. Presenting reviews one at a time is just too slow a process. If there really are 58.1k 'close' votes pending, nobody is ever going to get to them all.

You need to present 20/50/100 to a page so people can pick their areas of expertise, and probably let people filter them based on tags etc, in fact let them use the existing search function.

And the vote-to-close process needs to be streamlined. For example if you agree with a prior 'exact duplicate' you shouldn't have to go through all the same rigmarole with about 5 mouse clicks.

I would also reconsider the wording of 'not sure'. I am often extremely sure that I don't have a view about specific reviews. How about 'don't care' or just 'next'? But with the change above the issue becomes moot.

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I think "Completely impractical" is excessive hyperbole. Also, the vote-to-close aspect has already been mentioned here. –  jadarnel27 Jul 13 '12 at 4:55
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@jadarnel27 You are welcome to your opinion; this is mine, and there is no hyperbole in it whatsoever. Please explain how this system improves the chances of dealing with 58.1k votes to close. And then please explain why it is illegitimate to state things that are present in other responses. –  EJP Jul 13 '12 at 10:42
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+1 completely agree. Probably will not do any further reviewing with this system ... –  kleopatra Jul 13 '12 at 11:31
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Disagree; in the old design having to scroll and scroll through question was a pain, I prefer keeping my mouse in place and click and click and click (hopefully with keyboard shortcuts will be even better) –  CharlesB Jul 13 '12 at 12:25
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It seems to be working quite well for some tasks (the suggested edit queue, for instance) so the new review panel is not "completely impractical"; that's the hyperbole I'm talking about. There's no need to "throw the baby out with the bath water". Also, any system for dealing with 58k close votes is going to be daunting - but don't forget that there are "many hands" as well, so to speak. Re: duplicate response, I just don't think it adds anything on to what ManishEarth already said (and his answer is worded much more constructively). –  jadarnel27 Jul 13 '12 at 12:42
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The whole idea of this is that, as individual user, you shouldn't be trying "to get to them all." You're supposed to be working through a bite-sized piece, and other people will work on other bite-sized pieces. You're definitely entitled to your opinion about the workflow, but I think you're kind of missing the point here. Filtering based on tags might be a good idea, though. –  Laura Jul 13 '12 at 14:58
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@Laura I don't find that the 'whole idea of this' is actually stated anywhere. I just find a major paradigm shift that adds usability problems and significantly reduces my capability to execute the function concerned. –  EJP Jul 15 '12 at 2:07
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@jadarnel27 It is competely impractical for me and at least one other commenter. That is not hyperbole, it is fact. There are already over fifty responses to this question, and I hope there will be many more. I have not read them all: any expectation to the contrary is misplaced. Note that if the proposed redesign was applied to these responses it would make the task of reading them all bfore posting even more Herculean. –  EJP Jul 15 '12 at 2:09
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I will add that the vote to delete this post reflects extremely poorly on the voter concerned. This is supposed to be a community discussion where we have been invited to post our opinions. It is not a technical question where there are correct and incorrect answers. –  EJP Jul 15 '12 at 10:33
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@EJP Note, however, the first sentence of the announcement: "We are currently soliciting feedback for an improved version of /review..." The /review feature has been around for a while; it's just getting an upgrade. I think we assumed that people were already familiar with the goal of /review since some version of it has existed for quite some time, but like I said, we can work on being clearer in the future. –  Laura Jul 16 '12 at 15:41

For the 'close votes' tab, it currently asks the following question:

Should this question be closed as [insert close reason here]?

And then has buttons:

  • Close
  • Do not Close

Clicking 'Close' opens up the close dialog and invites me to choose a reason. It would be faster for reviewing if clicking 'Close' automatically cast a vote for the reason given, that would save having to open up the dialog, selecting an option from the dropdown menu, and then voting to close again. I feel like this slows down my reviewing stride when I'm reviewing a lot of questions.

Perhaps this could be made quicker with another button, something like this:

Should this question be closed as [insert close reason here]?

  • Yes (automatically votes for reason in question)
  • Close for Other Reason (opens close dialog)
  • Do not Close
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This can't be done in the case where there are close votes for different close reasons. –  DragonLord the Fiery Jul 13 '12 at 4:36

What about the possibility of waiving the 2k reputation requirement for users who have earned the Marshal and/or Reviewer badge? I realize this is a small percentage of users, but I'd hate to see reviewing be taken away from those of us who have put in a lot of time on the old reviewing system, and who are still working to achieve the 2k goal.

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Sub-

Navigating the close menu for dupes is annoying. It AJAX requests every time you proceed to the next stage for dupes, and the other close reasons involve two clicks and a wait. Not that big an issue--but it disrupts the flow of the thing, especially for dupes.

The feature request is as follows:

For all options but dupe: just select the close reason beforehand so we can click "close" and be done with it.

For dupe, open the close menu at the point where you choose which question to make it a duplicate of. Even better, do this:

enter image description here

Enable the "duplicate" buttons only if the user has looked at the respective tabs.

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This might make sense; I think this suggestion has legs, and could be integrated into both the normal question UI and the /review UI. We're gonna defer this for the time being, but will consider it after the rest of /review is ironed out. –  Shog9 Jul 25 '12 at 16:43
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Tweak suggestion to sub-FR: don't put the "Duplicate 1," "Duplicate 2," &c. buttons on the header bar. Instead, put them inside the duplicate tabs, in the sidebar underneath "link." That will reduce the number of clicks needed to agree with an existing suggested dupe from a whopping four down to one, encourage people to actually verify that dupe suggestions are correct and prevent confused users from agreeing with dupe suggestions blindly. Also, the way the mockup is drawn, the "Duplicate 1" and "Duplicate 2" buttons kick the "Close" button out of its usual spot, which could be confusing. –  Pops Jul 27 '12 at 14:48

So I've been reviewing low quality posts on SO. There are four options:

  • Looks Good
  • Edit
  • Recommend Deletion
  • Not Sure

What about if I want to recommend an answer be turned into a comment? I've seen many so-called answers which would be useful as comments instead of just being deleted.

recommend convert to comment

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Conversion to comment requires full community moderator status. This is one reason a flag option should be included. –  DragonLord the Fiery Jul 13 '12 at 4:35
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So add a Recommended Convert to comment for regular users and Convert to comment for full mods. Problem solved –  Ivo Flipse Jul 13 '12 at 8:42
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Convert to Comment should be very rare. Yes, a lot of people leave comments as answers - but that doesn't make them good comments. I've also seen "not an answer" flags being used as an attempt to deny rep for answers that ARE ANSWERS, but which the flagger feels are unworthy for whatever reason (incorrect, too simple, link-only, etc) - moving a poor answer into a comment doesn't fix anything. I'm not completely against providing an option for this if it's really necessary, but so far all of the examples I've seen should've been left alone or deleted. –  Shog9 Jul 15 '12 at 1:59
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@Shog9 Especially with trouble-shooting questions on SU, many "answers" are actually asking for more information. They'd otherwise be flagged not an answer and hopefully converted to a comment –  Daniel Beck Jul 15 '12 at 21:02
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@Shog9 "Did you try to X your Y?" isn't an answer, but might be useful to keep as a comment for certain questions. –  Daniel Beck Jul 15 '12 at 21:08

Users are locked out of reviewing Close Votes when they run out of close votes for the day.

Consequently, the Top Reviewers each day are the users with the greatest "do not close"-vote to "close"-vote ratio, because they are able to accumulate the most reviews before being locked out. These users also have an advantage in the all time Top Reviewers list -- I took an early lead, but lost it and continue to fall further behind because I cast fewer "do not close" votes than certain other users.

This current design will skew votes towards "do not close", or at least encourage users to select "not sure" instead of "close" to avoid getting locked out. Instead, "close", "do not close" and "edit" should all count towards a daily review limit.

(Why am I including "edit"? It's good to encourage edits, but once we include "do not close", having a larger number of "edit"s would be the only way to get an advantage and would be the new factor determining the daily Top Reviewers. This would lead to a lot of frivolous edits bumping questions that should actually be closed.)

After that, consider removing the daily Top Reviewers list. It will be a lot less interesting once everybody's tied at a shared cap.

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"Not Sure" really shouldn't be counting as a review - if you can drive yourself to the top of the leaderboard by abstaining then that's a bug. But yeah, "Don't Close" should be limited also. –  Shog9 Jul 13 '12 at 15:28
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@Shog9 You're right, it doesn't count as a review. I just meant that users shouldn't be encouraged to press it when they actually believe that "Close" is appropriate. –  Jeremy Banks Jul 13 '12 at 15:32
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I'd be thrilled if this could be changed before my close:do not close ratio causes me to lose my (slightly unfairly-earned) position at the top of the leaderboard. –  Jeremy Banks Jul 14 '12 at 14:30

There are actions I want to take on some posts but can't within the review interface, such as flagging or adding a comment (though this is allowed for low-quality posts), and I end up having to open the post separately to do so. Can you add more choices so that this isn't necessary? For example, old questions that should be closed but may not get enough close votes or should be migrated to a site not listed in the close dialog may be better handled by adding a moderator flag.

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I was trying the close votes review and noticed that I could be more effective if I could limit the selection to tags I am familiar with.

Its very hard to to judge duplicates and other stuff correctly if the language/tag is one you are not familiar with.

But it is easy to use and I really like it :)

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In a lot of cases I get an answer that's recommended for deletion, but often the question (and any other answers are crappy too). At the moment we lack a lot of context, because we can only see one answer and the question it was given on.

So I'd like an easier way to simply delete or close the question too, without having to open it on a new tab, delete the question, then go back and delete the answer (even though its already deleted).

It might be useful to add a check to see if any other posts on the same question are somewhere in the queue and if so, add them to the screen like the question is at the bottom.

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This is both fantastic and marvelous.

Can we have keyboard shortcuts for taking action? It would be lovely.

Say a for accept, r for reject, n for not sure, i for improve.

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You might as well build in the boilerplate pro-forma comments, so I can leave a comment before I delete/convert/close –  Ivo Flipse Jul 13 '12 at 11:23

I liked the bits where it showed progress towards badges i.e.

  1. Copy Editor
  2. Electorate

I find stuff like that quite motivating (sadly). I notice they are now missing. Can they be reincluded or put somewhere else.

Apologies if I've missed them

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Figuring out where to put these - but they're coming back. –  Shog9 Jul 25 '12 at 17:05
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Brilliant. I can continue to unhealthily obsess about them. –  Tim Brown Jul 25 '12 at 17:20

I would like a little addition to "looks good" I have reviewed a few answers where the quality of the discussion on the answer was high enough for me to make it a keeper, even though the answer was perhaps voted down. Perhaps an "answer is good" vs "answer and comments are important"

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In the Close Votes queue, I would really appreciate the ability to see the answers that have been posted to a question without having to click through to the question. A link ("View Answers") that would unfold the answers below the question would be ideal.

Like others here, I don't always have total confidence in my ability to identify duplicate questions about unfamiliar topics. On Stack Overflow, sometimes a question will concern an error that could have several different explanations, and one needs a pretty detailed knowledge of the topic in question to tell which explanation is correct and solves the problem. In that case, two questions could look like duplicates, but actually have completely different solutions, and a close vote would not be appropriate.

However, if the two questions have also generated very similar answers, and there's some indication that those answers were correct, then the chance of erroneous closure is lower and a close vote is warranted.

As an aside, I'd second other calls for the ability to filter by (at a minimum) tag and close vote type. With that in place, I think this will be a vastly more useful interface for reviewing questions with close votes/flags than the old flag interface. Thank you all for working on this!

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I'd almost say that I just want the review page to render the whole question page and simply highlight the offending post. At least that way I get to see the whole picture without needless navigation –  Ivo Flipse Jul 13 '12 at 11:22
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They could change the sorting to have the relevant post(s) be at the top of the answers, that would just require a custom sorting –  Ivo Flipse Jul 13 '12 at 12:04

Does the new system take into account favourite and ignored tags as say the interesting tab does.
The reason I ask is that when reviewing I will often ignore items that are not in my skills as I do not know enough and having to click on these will slow things down and put me off reviewing which is not what the change is meant to do.

If we do go to the new interface could we sort the items giving the favourites first , then other interesting.

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Is there any chance of going back to the review list upon saving an edit?

When a <2k user clicks on "More" under suggested edits why not show the pending edits without the option to interact? This would show what your <2k peers are editing and how (learn to edit by example).

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Should items that have already been edited show up in this list? I have seen both items that have been edited by >2k users (or edited by <2k and approved) in these lists. I also have seen items that already have an edit pending.

Shouldnt these items be filtered out so we are not reviewing the already edited?

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Under "Review Low Quality Posts" (under /review-beta), when reviewing an answer, the question is showed below the low quality answer. I would like to also have the other, competing answers listed.

If I find a low quality answer which is downvoted I'm much more inclined to vote for deletion if I know that there are other, high quaility answers (perhaps even one marked as accepted).

If the low quality answer is the only one, it's worth spending time on improving it, but if there's already an excellent upvoted, accepted answer in there it's just a waste of time.

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