I've just got the "Review suggested edits" privilege on stack overflow (which I'm probably more excited by than is rational). So far I’ve been trying to give personalised reject messages where appropriate; along the lines of “Try to correct all problems with a post; in this case you should also have removed the ‘Regards Sebastian’ as that is noise”.
However, this suggests that many suggested edits pages are simply never read.
Therefore I want to ask if there is any data available on what percentage of “Review suggested edits” pages are actually read by the editor. If it’s a reasonably high number then I’ll keep giving personalised feedback but if its 1% then I’ll probably start using the canned responses more.