I am a relatively low-reputation user on Stack Exchange since I typically do not write a lot of answers, but I enjoy helping out in the review queues. For the most part, questions are either obviously a question that should be deleted or are acceptable as a question on the site, but occasionally something needs to be heavily edited or is otherwise questionable.

If this has not already been proposed I would like to suggest that we change the review queue system to something similar to the following:

Instead of the “I’m Done” and “No Action Needed” buttons, there should be a selection of four options plus “skip”.

The options would be:

  1. Poor Quality Question/Answer (if selected, the question would immediately be added to one of the other low quality question/answer queues. Possibly would automatically be downvoted by the system)

  2. Needs Work (if selected, the question would have to pass more than the usual number of reviewers)

  3. Acceptable (if selected, nothing positive or negative happens)

  4. Great Question (if selected, the question would automatically be upvoted by the system)

  • Such a categorization does exist on Stack Overflow questions only. – Sonic the Inclusive Hedgehog Apr 19 at 13:45
  • @SonictheWizardWerehog could this be applied to the other sites? I’m not too familiar with the inner workings of stack overflow since I largely spend my time on Aviation.SE – dalearn Apr 19 at 14:14
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    See: meta.stackexchange.com/questions/251737/…. In short, you'll need to discuss it on each site, and since it wasn't certain at the time that the design of Triage was good for Stack Overflow, you'll need to research how it works there and explain why it's working there. – Sonic the Inclusive Hedgehog Apr 19 at 14:18
  • Just use a standard flag for this. (Also, making the system automatically upvoting a post is a bad idea). Regarding Triage review, note that Mathematics SE have also discussed the possibility for this already, but not yet implemented until now. – No Distraction Wizard Apr 20 at 5:11

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