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I would like to help folks with first posts.

But all I see is "No action required."

Is there a setting to have it show only posts that need action?

https://askubuntu.com/review/first-posts/1053682

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  • There is a review queue for new posts. You can Edit there. – Pilot6 Jun 6 at 16:11
  • Can you edit this meta question to include a link to the page where you only see "No Action Needed"? (I'm guessing you meant "No Action Needed" rather than "No action required." but either way please do edit in a link to where you're seeing that and only that.) If you can include a screenshot as well, that may be helpful. No review item should give you only that option. If that's happening, it's a bug. But if you're looking at a review history page, then it's possible there have just been many recent No Action Needed reviews. This wouldn't mean you couldn't take action, though. – Eliah Kagan Jun 6 at 17:19
  • I do not understand "take anything away" ? @pomsky – fixit7 Jun 6 at 22:17
  • I meant what's your takeaway from Dan's answer to your previous question? (sorry for bad English) You asked the same question again and accepted a similar answer once again. – pomsky Jun 6 at 22:26
  • I was not aware I asked the same question twice. Dan's answer solved my problem for which I am grateful. I do make mistakes. @pomsky – fixit7 Jun 6 at 22:41
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'No Action Needed' is a decision that you can make if there's nothing to do with a first post. Usually there is; you can upvote or downvote, add a comment, upvote and existing comment, (suggest an) edit or flag the question. Whenever you take one of these actions, the 'No Action Needed' will be disabled and the 'I'm Done' button will be enabled:

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