I keep finding myself inside the review queue of First Posts, and then not knowing what to do. If there are grammatical or formatting issues, those are easy - and I edit the question/answer and fix those.
But almost always, I wind up hitting "skip" on 2-3 posts, and then I just go back out to the main site because I feel like I'm not getting anywhere.
Most of the questions I see are not as thorough as one that I would probably post. But I see few posts that I think deserve a down vote or some other intervention.
I feel like I should "do" something more than hit skip all the time. If I'm honest, I'm secretly afraid of hitting "No Action Needed" if there's the off chance that action is actually needed.
Other than the Theory of Moderation, are there other resources I might look at? Do you have any thoughts or suggestions on my comments above? And finally, do you have any personal "theories" or habits as you go through the review queue?