User story: As a user of suggested edits, when I open a task, I want to be able to use my browser back button to return to the task feed if I decide I want to see a different task instead, so that I don't lose my place and have a whole new feed to browse.
Right now, on desktop *only* the first article in the queue is kept when navigating back on a task. And actually it's the same behaviour on Mobile as well (the first article is always maintained, second and subsequent always lost). Given that is the case, we want to be able to maintain the queue when the user returns. Two scenarios come to mind. First is when someone mistakenly goes back, which even from just personal experience that can happen especially when browsing on mobile where there is an OS swipe left gesture to go back that can accidentally be triggered.
The second is if someone is deciding between a few articles they browse in the feed. Say they browse from the first article "Cream" to a second article "Diamond" and then 3rd is the "Pearl" article. They open "Pearl" to check out what's involved and think they might go back to see what "Diamond" is about first before committing, but upon hitting back "Diamond" and "Pearl" are both no longer available to edit.