Research shows that new editors are particularly vulnerable to rejection. To enable reviewers to treat new users with the care they require -- and to enable reviewers to identify contributions by users at a couple of more advance levels—we will provide filtering by the following standardized "experience levels."
Fewer than 10 edits and 4 days of activity.
More days of activity and edits than “Newcomers” but fewer than “More experienced.” (corresponds to autoconfirmed)
More than 30 days of activity and 500 edits. (corresponds to extended confirmed)
Notes about the experience filters
- The filters return Registered users only [changed 11/17].
- These filter thresholds will, at least initially, be identical with those built into the ReviewStream feed. See T145159
- Although two of these thresholds correspond with existing wiki user-rights definitions (see above), please refer to them internally and externally by the filter names above.
About the functionality of all new RC page filters generally
- Like all filters in the enhanced RC page filter UI, these filters conform to a set of rules that are, in some ways, very different from the existing RC page filters. The existing filters are designed primarily to EXCLUDE selected properties. The new filters are intended to INCLUDE those properties; logically, the filters within each new group constitute a set of OR filters (each group of ORs being connected to other groups by ANDS). So, the filters in this group follow these rules:
- To INCLUDE property A, users check the box for property A.
- To EXCLUDE property A, the user must uncheck A and check it's complements, properties B and C.
- If NEITHER A, B nor C are checked,
then ALL are includedthe group has no effect.
- If A, B and C are checked,
then the result is the same:ALL experience levels are included.
- As per T146076, searches on the RC page are meant to be bookmarkable. Please make sure your search adds query strings to the URL.