Many times, someone will suggest an edit to a post that was closed within the last five days. The edit itself may be benign, and correct valid things such as grammar issues or a bad title. However, such edits may cause the post to be pushed into the Reopen Votes queue if there were no edits since the post was closed.
This presents a problem, as since the post can only be added to the queue by editing once per closure, and the diff shown in the review queue is that of the edit which pushed it (AFAIK), this deprives the post author (or anyone else interested in seeing the post reopened) of their chance to have it reopened. Sometimes, reviewers are attentive to this and reject these edits, but as there is no way to tell in the review itself, those edits are usually approved.
Can we add in a new notice, which says that if a certain suggested edit is approved, it will cause the post to be pushed into the reopen queue? This should be loaded live, because it's possible that the suggestion took place before the post was closed and is still up for review when the post gets closed. This way, reviewers know to check if the edit is really worthy to push the post into the reopen queue, and not just check it in general.