Ok, so like, I'm one of the top reviewers on my 'usual' stack, and often perform reviews. That's all good and well.
Sometimes though, I notice a new question in the feed, and I happen to clean it up, upvote it or do whatever it needs. However, given that the actions I take are before the post ends up in the Review queue, I don't get a review count for it.
I almost always spot the new or late post (or whatever it is), then check the review queue, see that it's not there and do the actions anyway. I wouldn't necessarily wait for the post to appear in the queue as sometimes it takes a while for it to show up there.
Not a big issue or anything, but I'm often lurking in the site and spot the posts before they're in the review queue.
Can the system automatically detect that my actions were 'review worthy' and apply them once the post hits the queue?
For example, check this out:
- t+0 mins: Question posted
- t+4 mins: Mooz edits/takes action on post
- t+12 mins: Post ends up on Review queue
- t+12 mins: Third-party makes review, gets credit