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New Feature: Community Review Tasks - Now in Beta

Until recently, when I clicked on the "suggested edits pending approval" icon at the top of stackoverflow.com, it would show me a list of suggested edits (30 or so, or all of them if there are fewer than 30).

Now the page layout is a bit different, and it only shows one. I have to click the "Not Sure" button if I want to see another suggested edit.

If this is a bug, when will it be fixed? If it's a feature -- same question.

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Note the URL - it is the new review-beta. Still has some teething problems... –  Oded Jul 14 '12 at 20:41
    
@Oded: Ah, I didn't notice that. If I remove the "review-" from the URL, I get the old version -- which, at least so far, I like a lot better. Scrolling through a list is much more convenient than explicitly ignoring one at a time without being able to see any others. –  Keith Thompson Jul 14 '12 at 20:44
    
Well, the rationale for this new page has been posted in the announcement. –  Oded Jul 14 '12 at 20:48
    
@Oded: Hmm. I just read the announcement, and I don't see anything about showing just one edit at a time vs. the old longer list. –  Keith Thompson Jul 14 '12 at 20:54
    
Yeah, that's not mentioned at all. You can add an answer to the post asking for a list. It was probably done to help with performance and to minimize the occasions of reviewing something that others are reviewing at the same time (so your "vote" might not get cast). –  Oded Jul 14 '12 at 21:00
    
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Call it a feature - the review process is being updated, as Geoff posted.

However, it still has some bugs.

The old (?) page is still accessible - just drop the -beta from the URL.

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