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With the new review system. Is there a possibility of a question reappearing for review even after somebody reviews it?

If yes, why does it happen?

Question/Answers can be improved by the review process but how long the Q&A will remain on the review system?

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Which review queue are you referring to? low quality answers, suggested edits, first posts, close votes? – Servy Sep 18 '12 at 15:33
Previously, posts had to be reviewed by two people before they disappeared from the queue. I assume the same rule still applies. – animuson Sep 18 '12 at 15:34
@Servy Yes. All that you mentioned. – devav2 Sep 18 '12 at 15:36
up vote 2 down vote accepted
  • low quality posts: 5 votes to delete or looks good (at most) will remove it from the queue. If the question is deleted by a diamond mod or enough 20k users it will also be removed (whether done from inside or outside of the queue).

  • suggested edits: 2 votes to approve/deny on SO (1 from a diamond), or 1 vote on all other sites, will make that action take place

  • close votes: 5 votes to close will close it (or 1 from a diamond), 5 to not close will remove from the queue

  • first posts: 1 person with action taken inside of the queue will result in it being removed. (Not verified for sure; I just went to the history an found none with more than one action taken in the past 50 or so, and the posts in the queue was ticking down as I watched it.)

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