Many times I've encountered suggested edits that actually make the originally post worse, for example changing the correct spelling of a word to some incorrect spelling or perhaps less drastic incorrectly modifying the tags.
Sometimes the suggested edit generally improves the post and there is only a small mistake in which case I would click improve and either uncheck or leave checked the suggested edit was helpful button.
What I'm referring to is the cases where I would like to reject the review, and I was wondering which of the existing options is most appropriate, or should there be a new Option?
- Invalid Edit To me says that the user tried to use the suggested edit feature for something which it isn't meant for, i.e asking another question or commenting. In this case they are using the feature correctly, its just an incorrect (as opposed to invalid) edit.
- The vandalism option doesn't seem to be the right choice since it connotes that the intentions of the edit were bad
- The Minor Edit also doesn't seem right, since it doesn't really indicate whats wrong (and of course it can be a major edit, just not a correct one
- The Custom option of course works, but gets a bit tedious... Not to mention that since the edit might seem correct to those that barely look at the suggested reviews before hitting approve its likely to get approved before you finish typing...