Today, I was going through a suggested edit and found that it was shortening the code (something that we don't allow on our site (Code Golf)). However, when I tried to reject it, it had already been accepted by another user. Thus, I overrode it, thinking that it was someone who isn't aware of this policy accepting the edit, and went to go leave a note for that reviewer. However, after going to the post itself, I realized the reviewer was the post author themselves, and if they accept it, then it's allowed. (I understand this may be a bit strange, but that's the nature of our site - you can't improve other people's code by editing it, you are supposed to suggest golfs and other improvements in comments).
When reviewing a suggested edit, we can see the question title, score, answer count, and author, and their reputation and badge count, when the question was asked, its view count, the edit comment, the answer content and score, the editor name, and comments.
However, we can't actually see the author of the answer itself. Given how much other information there is, it doesn't really make sense that this bit of information isn't there.
I could've avoided this confusion and I will be more diligent in the future, but I mistakenly thought the question author was the OP of the post being edited, because that was the name listed with the post.
TL;DR - can suggested edit review tasks also show the answer author?