When a user without editing privileges suggests an edit to the post, a banner gets displayed until it is reviewed. Can the banner also provide a link to the Suggested edit?
For example, I made an edit to a post on Unix&Linux.SE. Can the banner also link to my Suggested Edit in Review Queue?
I know I can access the link through my Profile → Activity → Suggestions. But linking it directly on the face of the post would have immense benefits:
I have been a prolific editor on Ask Ubuntu (my first encounter with Stack Exchange Network) with a lot of Rep derived through Suggestions. I didn't get to know about these suggested edit links until very late (I guess I already had got about 400 edit suggestions approved by the time this came to my knowledge).
This means I didn't know about all these stuff when it mattered the most.
I never got to know why my suggestions got rejected because of my ignorance.
This would help reduce the barrier between Reviewers and Editors.
This would also help in case of Anonymous edits. Right now, there is no way an anonymous editor can access it unless the edit gets approved and he comes back to go through the Revision page of that particular post in order to access the Suggested Edit Review link. If the edit gets rejected - it's the end of the road for that anonymous editor.
I just made an anonymous edit on one of the SE sites where I don't have an account and already feel like it's the end of the road for me since I just can't access the review link unless it gets approved.
Possibly also expand the banner to mention that they can also access the link to the suggestion via Profile → Activity → Suggestions.