As part of T137783, this ticket explores the idea of providing relevant ways to access to review.
- Persistent access. Provide a central and persistent way to access the review tools that users can create the habit of accessing.
- Connect when relevant. Provide ways to access review information and tools when those are relevant for other activities the user may be engaged in.
- Daily review. Adriana has the specific intention of start reviewing contributions. The user can easily find the way to the reviewing tools.
- User support forums. Adriana has been helping in the Teahouse for a while. When answering a question from a user, her name rings a bell. She can check the recent activity and easily find other opportunities to help such as recent edits likely to be reverted or unanswered questions on article talk pages. When done with answering questions, Adriana wants to find more people that may need help.
The contributions page can be used as a central point for creating new contributions (similar to Content Translation), and we can consider that reviewing is also a good way to contribute to the project.
Users can access their contributions regularly when they want to contribute and discover new ways to do so.
Places such as the Teahouse can connect with review feeds (in the example, a "Invite newcomers to the teahouse" sections was added at the end). In this way, users can find newcomers in trouble before they experience rejection and had to learn how to find the places to ask for help.
Gadgets can be provided to allow editors to get additional context about the user in place. This will allow to get relevant information when replying to the user as well as continue helping the user in other edits that may require so.