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Someone said only users who have 10000+ rep can use the suggest edit queue.

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Only 5k+ users can see the number of pending suggested edits, and the queue page.

However at all times you can approve pending suggested edits on your own questions.

See this question for more information as to why this is the case.

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For the users who have 2000-10000 rep, how them find a suggest edit needs to be reviewed? – Roy1 Mar 31 '11 at 2:54
@Roy: The only way to find it is by browsing questions. When you come across one for which an edit has been proposed, the edit link under the question will read either edit (0) or `edit (1). – Cody Gray Mar 31 '11 at 5:28
@Cody Gray: I only saw edit (0) , and nerver saw edit (1). What difference between edit (0) and edit (1)? – Roy1 Mar 31 '11 at 6:20
@Roy: The number in parentheses is the number of approve votes that the edit has received so far. When it is first suggested, you'll see edit (0). When someone has voted to approve/disapprove it, you'll see edit (1). For a few milliseconds between the time two users have voted on it and the time that it is removed from the queue, I imagine you would see edit (2). – Cody Gray Mar 31 '11 at 6:51

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