I often see recent questions in the review queue that on first reading should be closed mainly as not a question as they are missing a lot but they are so new that the OP has not had time to review and edit. This would also mean we appear friendlier to new users as in other meta questions there have been several questions pointing out that closing a question is often seen as unfriendly and offputting.
Could the queue be changed so that for "Not a question" at least (and possibly "non constructive" and "too localized") the queue skips them for a day or two, We have > 50k other questions to review so this would not stop people who want to review.
Off topic and duplicates generally can't be fixed and so should be closed as soon as possible.
In respons to the answers and comments.
From other Meta SO questions it seems that new people especially see close as closing (which in normal English implies that there is no further access e.g. from Merriam- Webster
to terminate access to (a computer file or program)
) Whilst experienced SO users realise they can edit and reopen. So really boils down are we trying to help new users here.
I have no issue with the first close vote being put there hopefully with a comment so that the OP has to look but the issue I have is when one flag is there and the it is in the close queue and the 4 other flags come in quickly before the OP can respond to the comment. The issue is not the process but the time taken over it.
Comments have been made that I can edit, but in the cases I look at this is not possible as often there is a comment asking the OP to expand on an issue and only when they give some sort of response do we have enough information to edit