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I've been reviewing posts for a while now, and I get tests, like everyone else.

But, is it just me, or is there an obvious way to see in an instant whether or not a post is a test?

The thing is, I usually apply a filter to review posts more consistently, but the type of test posts seem to be randomly given.

For example, if I have an Opinion-based filter, whenever I see a post that have been flagged as Needs details or clarity, I know it's a test (I enjoy clicking on the link to text posts before casting a vote to look at the score!).

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For example, if I have an Opinion-based filter, whenever I see a post that have been flagged as Needs details or clarity, I know it's a test (I enjoy clicking on the link to text posts before casting a vote to look at the score!).

The only purpose of audit tests in review queues is to ensure that you're paying attention, and aren't a robo-reviewer.

So I see no harm if there are easy ways to determine audits, and won't consider that as a bug.

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    We don't need to be paying much attention to glance at the type of flag. – Ann Zen Jul 9 '20 at 22:09
  • @AnnZen As mentioned: The point is that you're paying attention at all, regardless how much of it. – πάντα ῥεῖ Jul 9 '20 at 22:31

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