The site asked me to review and approve/reject an edit suggested by a user who doesn't have permission to make the edit directly. However, I can't find enough information for me to make an informed judgement.
In particular, I can't figure out how to tell what question page or what answer the edit is supposed to apply to. Is there some way to do that that I'm missing? Here's a screenshot that illustrates what I mean:
I couldn't find a link to the original answer (before the edit is applied), or to the question page where this answer would appear (i.e., which this edit would apply to). Am I being dense?
Update: I'd like to make a feature suggestion, to improve the usability of this screen:
It would be great if there was some way I could have used to learn what the string "ids tag wiki" meant.
I now understand that the string "ids tag wiki" means that this edit was for the wiki for the tag
ids. I don't know how I was supposed to have inferred that, having never seen this before; that string just looked like a jumble of letters to me, with no apparent meaning. Therefore, I suggest that it would be useful to provide some kind of indicator to help users understand what "ids tag wiki" refers to.
One very simple suggestion: make "ids tag wiki" be a link to the wiki for that tag.
If you want to be even more helpful, you could add a "help" link that answers the question: "What's a tag wiki?". I'd never heard of the phrase "tag wiki" before, so I wasn't able to parse this as "the tag wiki for