Honest mistake, I accidentally chose the incorrect option when reviewing a newly submitted question. Instead of clicking
Requires Editing, I accidentally chose
Looks OK. Then I realised I was not able to revert my decision and try again.
I understand that the whole review process involves several community members reviewing said question to eliminate cases of human error but I'd like to correct my mistake and change my 'vote' - seen as I fully acknowledged my mistake.
Does this functionality currently exist? How likely is it to be implemented? I searched for a similar question here on Meta but was not able to find anything.
It was a genuine misclick. I aimed to press
Requires Editing but ended up pressing the edge of
As mentioned in one of the responses, I'm not sure how appropriate it would be to implement said feature, but I was thinking along the lines of how the comment voting system works. You can 'upvote' a comment. You can remove your 'upvote', but you can't 'upvote' it anymore after that.