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A request for assistance with one of the site's features, or a question where you're expecting a concrete answer, and not discussion. If your question is not reporting a bug, requesting a new feature, or soliciting open discussion, this tag is probably the right one.

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I see a "review" link on the top of the page, which takes me to a few "review queues". What is a "review queue"? What are the various queues for? What can I do in each queue? Return to FAQ index
asked Jan 3 '13 by Manishearth
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What is a "review queue"? Review queues contain posts that possibly need community attention, as determined by the system or other members of the community. You are shown these posts, one at a time, …
answered Jan 3 '13 by Manishearth
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December 2014 2014-12-18: Release of Beta Testing version of Android Tablet App 2014-12-10: Status of suggested edits is now displayed in your activity history as either of pending, approved, reje …
answered Jan 1 '14 by Manishearth
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Review queue audits are now in place. A lot of people are blindly upvoting everything in the queue without even reading the posts, just so that they can get the badges. So, some posts in the review qu …
answered Dec 14 '12 by Manishearth
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Websocket-endpoints (You can play with these on http://www.websocket.org/echo.html if you don't want to do it in JS) (wss://qa.sockets.stackexchange.com) <userid>-topbar: User topbar. <userid>-in …
answered Feb 1 '14 by Manishearth
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No, they are not. "Skip" does one thing: It removes the page from that review queue for you. That's it. If you "Skip", you mean that "I don't wanna review this". Since "reviewing" includes reading the …
answered Dec 29 '12 by Manishearth
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Userscript alert! Bring back the Bold! This script nourishes them numbers back to good health.
answered Dec 15 '12 by Manishearth
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Yep, you can. Closing is a temporary state, in which the question can be improved. It's perfectly fine if people vote for it or if you accept an answer. Deletion vanishes all the rep tied to it (unle …
answered Jul 10 '12 by Manishearth
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I've noticed that the number of reviews required to remove a post from a queue varies. For example, to accept/reject a suggested edit, you need two votes of the same kind. If the votes are conflicting …
asked Jan 19 '13 by Manishearth
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This will no longer work, the adviza server is no longer running Found this in the code: // Yes, dear person reading this, there's a secret trigger. But you'll have to // work a little bit to find …
answered Apr 1 '13 by Manishearth
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Click on a badge on your profile You'll see the date there: Note that the badges were not awarded all at once.
answered Jul 12 '12 by Manishearth
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I've noticed that many users, especially Indian ones, use the chatrooms as a place to socialize (nothing related to the site/topic, just IMing), as well as to garner votes. Many of the users in these …
answered Jul 10 '12 by Manishearth
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See this post and this blog post. You're still asking for a recommendation. You've given criteria, but it still is a recommendation question. There is something to be said for allowing recommendatio …
answered Nov 21 '13 by Manishearth
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Are the logins linked to the same account? As in, do you have the same rep/badges when you login from either account? If so, you keep the consecutive days. If you have two different profiles, then …
answered Apr 5 '12 by Manishearth

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