I've recently forced myself to be more active with review tasks, and I've also run into a big problem with review tasks that is also a bit related to something that might be a problem with SF overall.
Much of the content to be reviewed is clearly bad or clearly good, but as much as half of it is a lot more subtle. And frankly, I don't understand a lot of the content on SF, including content that I'm reviewing.
I'm a Microsoft-focused professional. I know an awful lot about the Microsoft ecosystem, from licensing to cloud services and most of the things in between. I know hardly anything about Unix flavors and their descendants, nginx, Docker, F5s, Apache, OpenSSH, etc.
When looking at the question list in general, it's not a big deal since I can just highlight my favorite tags and filter my least favorite. But when reviewing, I find myself selecting "Skip" on maybe 1/3 of my review tasks.
Is that a problem? Is that what the "Skip" button is there for?