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I'm wondering if it's intended behavior.

I was looking at the "Low quality posts" review queue and was reviewing an answer. I figured that the answer was quite dated. Someone just improved the formatting. Now it popped up in the queue again. Is this intended behavior?

The post in question. It's the answer from June 2012.

As it was a "me too" post I was wondering as well if I should have clicked the "recommend deletion" button for not adding further value, but copying someone else's answer. Maybe there should be links explaining when to delete it.

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Only one of the answers to the post in question was reviewed multiple times.

It appeared once in the Late Answers queue, then once in the Suggested Edits queue, and then once in the Low Quality Posts queue.

This is by design.

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