I was working through some of the Low Quality Posts review queue when I came across this answer.
The answer is simply a snippet of code that, in fact, does try to solve the issue of the question. However, it is of low quality. Now, I could recommend deletion for it being low-quality, but it really should just be expanded on by the poster, if possible. Therefore, instead of choosing to recommend deletion, I decided to leave a comment on it asking the poster to expand on it to improve the quality of their answer.
(Perhaps this is where a debate will come in. Maybe I should just recommend deletion?)
To me, the act of leaving a comment is an action that I have taken on the post while in the review queue. However, now to move on to the next post, I still have to click one of the action buttons.
- Looks Good - Well, no, the answer doesn't look good. It should be expanded on it.
- Edit - It's formatted well but any other changes would be radical.
- Recommend Deletion - I don't feel it should be deleted, just improved.
- Skip - Skip this review task on move on. Seems like the only logical choice.
However, if I click Skip, it is not counted as if I reviewed the item, even though I did by leaving a comment. I think this should be addressed.
While in the Low Quality Posts review queue, if you leave a comment on a post and then chose Skip, it should increment your progress instead of ignoring it as it does now. Additionally, perhaps when you successfully leave a comment on the post, the Skip button changes to say Next to indicate you have taken action on the post.