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The No Action Required button means that the post is good in your opinion. However, it doesn't mean you have to press it. A post may need improvement, it may need to be flagged, it may need you to ask the OP for more clarification, etc. Knowing that, if you try to do any of the previous actions (suggest an edit, flag, comment, etc.), the No Action Required ...


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have the right to know if I'm being reviewed Maybe... I mean, we're all being monitored in the sense that everything we do here is seen by other users. On top of that, the lowest rep users have most of their posts fed into review queues, you will have your edits scrutinised before being approved until you hit 2k rep. And anybody can flag something of yours ...


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To add to Zanna's answer, since we are <10k rep users, what I usually do is filter the Close Votes queue to certain criteria of a question I want to vote on. If I take this question as an example: console command or Putty not working "Access denied" in Ubuntu 17 Clicking the close button, I can see that the question is being closed as unclear ...


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I'd prefer that too :/ Unfortunately, only mods can do that. See this feature request on Meta Stack Exchange. When I want to find the review of a post, I look at the review history page and scroll through the recent pages to find the post I want (Ctrl+F is helpful), but this page only shows the history of reviews by everyone to users who have >10k ...


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