- [QA] Spam or rude/abusive posts: click the "link" to the post, and cast its corresponding flag. Do not "close", "recommend close", "recommend deletion", or "delete" in the queue. This will make sure that the appropriate penalties are levied, and as authors are able to undelete answers deleted in this queue, they can restore the spam or offensive post without a trace. Once back in the review queue, skip the review item.
OK, we should skip spam in the Low Quality Posts review.
But the review audits are just answers deleted for spam (at least on stackoverflow where those only consist of answers).
According to the FAQ, we should click on the question and flag it for spam if we find a spam answer but we obviously cannot do that for those audits.
Currently, I click on
Recommend deletion and select
No comment needed when reviewing a spam answer that I cannot find when clicking the
link button and flag it for spam and skip it if I can find the answer using the
Is that (
Recommend deletion) the recommended behaviour for unavailable (and obviously spam) answers or should we just skip all LQP review audits?