# Can we suggest a review of a reviewer, or an evaluation of a person using the review queue heavily?

On this review, the user selected No Action Needed... @rolfl edited this question after the review was done so evidently, action was needed.

Here you can see the amount of times this user has used the No Action Needed button to get credit for a review; I haven't looked at all of these, but it looks rather fishy to me.

Normally I wouldn't say anything, but this user is going through a lot of reviews today, and a good portion of them are No Action Needed, and from that post it was obvious that there was something that could be done. What actions as a community can we take?

• Hmm.. are we ripe for review audits? – Mathieu Guindon Aug 29 '14 at 16:34
• – Simon Forsberg Aug 29 '14 at 16:35
• Are you all aware of anything like review audits or such happening on other SE sites? – Phrancis Aug 29 '14 at 17:02
• – Mathieu Guindon Aug 29 '14 at 17:11
• not an answer to the question, but since I'm mentioned: I re-looked at the first couple of posts, and most of them have either not been edited by someone else, or contain only very minor edits. But I get your point, and I will be more careful with reviews in the future and use skip a bit more often (especially if I think that No action Needed would be the best response, in which case I will just always press skip). – tim Aug 29 '14 at 19:14
• @tim I use skip when I can't understand the answer/question because I don't know the coding language or the algorithm they are talking about, or if there is too much that needs to be done and I don't have time to do it. otherwise if I understand what the question/answer is talking about I can decide if I like the answer or not, if I like the answer I can upvote, if I don't like the answer but it isn't "wrong" then I can say there is nothing for me to do here and click the "No Action Needed" there are a lot of meta info that can help you figure out how to use the review queue effectively. – Malachi Aug 29 '14 at 20:00
• @Mat'sMug: That may take even more bad reviews by more users, and them the community team would really have to determine if audits would benefit us. I wouldn't worry about it right now. – Jamal Aug 29 '14 at 20:58