I recently made it past the 2k reputation border on StackOverflow and started to review suggested edits. In some cases I am not sure about whether an edit should be approved or rejected and thus I Skip the review.
Now I would like to see the outcome of the review, to be able to learn for future reviews, because there are several factors that allow to judge a review quite fairly:
- If the suggestion has been approved and at least two approvers have a high approval rate and almost no rejects the result could be a robo-approval.
- If the suggestion has been approved and at least two approvers have a balanced approval rate with a healthy amount of rejects the result is most likely a valid one.
- If the suggestion has been rejected the result is most likely a valid one.
Is there a simple possibility to "review" (in the meaning of "take a second look") suggested edits that have been skipped by myself?
If not, could that be added to the "review"-list on the "activity"-tab on the profile-page, maybe combined with a CheckBox so that listing the skipped reviews is optional?
EDIT: After reviewing some of my suggested-edit reviews I have a suggestion to add to this feature-request. In the review overview on my profile page I would like an option to see wether the final result of the review differed from my vote - because that are those reviews where I probably was wrong.