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In the First Posts review queue, it's possible to click edit to edit the post, then to immediately click Save Edits without having actually modified anything. If we do so, the button I'm Done becomes available even if we didn't actually do anything.

It's not really important, but it shouldn't be possible to click I'm Done unless we actually did something relevant.

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It's not really important, but it shouldn't be possible to click I'm Done unless we actually did something relevant.

That is true, but let's see the impact of things. It doesn't actually matter. Whether you click No action needed or I'm done, it just goes to the next one.

What if you thought you needed to edit something and found out you didn't (hence you click Save edit)? Then you've reviewed the item. There is no harm in clicking I'm done.

So should it be fixed? I don't see why, it doesn't hurt anybody and it doesn't really make a difference.

  • Considering that it is observable (one can see whether a user clicked « No Action Needed » or « I'm Done »), it's misleading when you want to know whether someone just clicks « No Action Needed » without actually reading anything. – Morwenn Aug 19 '15 at 11:00
  • Do you really think robo reviewers are going though all the hassle to 'obfuscate' their robo reviewing? Trust me, they are lazy. – Patrick Hofman Aug 19 '15 at 11:01
  • I don't know. Some people sometimes do thing to a great extent to be lazy. – Morwenn Aug 19 '15 at 11:02
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    I love the irony of that. – Patrick Hofman Aug 19 '15 at 11:03

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