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On Stack Overflow, where I am not a 10K user, I can only see my decisions, on review-beta/suggested-edits/history. On sites where I am a 20K user, I can see decisions made from other users.

Is that caused from my reputation, or is Stack Overflow an exception?

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Here on meta, history says "You have not reviewed any suggested edits yet.", so I think it's the rep. – Daniel Fischer Sep 13 '12 at 13:38
    
@Daniel true, here and in the main site I have 10K+ and see the history, on gaming where I have less than 10K I get same message like yours. – Shadow Wizard Sep 13 '12 at 13:51
up vote 4 down vote accepted

10K rep is indeed needed, looks like it was implemented at April 2nd 2011 and moved along to the new review system as well:

Allow 10k users to see suggested edit history

(Or prior to this, can't really tell)

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