During usability testing with arwiki users, it was observed by @Mraish that participants were confused by the appearance of the post-edit dialog after confirming they wished to skip the image suggested edit. They expected to be able to browse more suggested edits in their interest, and did not appear to notice the reload icon to show another suggestion within the post-edit dialog.
User job story
When I skip the all structured suggestions for an article,
I want to find another suggestion in my area of interest/expertise,
So that I feel confident reviewing and making an edit on Wikipedia.
After a user confirms they would like to "skip" the image suggested for an article (or else has skipped all suggestions for the Add a link task), take the user back to their Suggested edits feed (instead of showing the Post-edit dialog on the article).
Making this change would also mitigate the need to fix T297224: On selecting "edit" on a skipped suggestion, the user sees the image suggestion again