I like participating in the review queues from time to time, and every now and then, I come across a post that I make a recommendation on, that, I would like to follow up on after a set amount of time. For example, a new user answers a rather dated existing question, which places their answer in the "Late Answers" queue. Their answer isn't that great of quality in its current state, but it does answer the question at hand.
In cases such as this, I typically recommend improving the answer with some detailed information (links to sources, step by step instructions, more thorough explanations, etc). This enables the author to make changes before I downvote their post, which would relay a more inviting experience, IMHO, for those less versed in the expectations of posting on Stack Exchange sites.
Unfortunately though, in order to follow up on the question, not only do I have to remember it, I have to navigate to my profile and dig through my review activity (which, if I'm reviewing heavily it might be a few pages back).
Edit: It was pointed out in the comments that we could follow posts from the review queue:
However, it is my understanding that this will notify of changes made to a post; but, this is not what I'm looking for. I'm looking to remember to follow up, even if the author doesn't make a change.
Can we get a feature that would remind us to follow up on a post we reviewed? This feature could be an additional link on the post (to the right of flag?) that only displays if you're reviewing the post through the queue. It could then ask for a date (no need for time IMHO), and you then get a notification on that date through the site inbox. Additionally, if we could click that notification (like we do existing ones for comments) to navigate to the post, that would be fantastic!