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Any closed question that has received one reopen vote gets added to this queue, as well as any question with significant edits that address the close reason(s). Before reviewing in this queue, you should be familiar with what sorts of questions should and should not be closed. To find that information, see the following two pages:
Closed question help article is a network-wide guide for the primary reasons questions should be closed. This generally happens when a question:
is a duplicate of an existing question on the site.
needs additional details or clarity to be answered.
needs to be more focused, as the existing question is too broad.
is an opinion-based question that doesn’t have an objectively correct answer.
On topic article is a site-specific guide to what types of questions are on and off topic on this site. This page will differ on each site on the Network.
Evaluate the question as it is now. Review any edits that may have been made after the question was closed and any comments on the question. If edits were made but are insufficient to reopen the question, consider leaving a comment explaining why.
Leave closed if close reason(s) still apply. Do not reopen if the specific reason for closure no longer applies, but the question should still be closed. Consider leaving a comment to explain why the question should remain closed, particularly if the reason is different than what appears in the banner.
Edit and reopen if you can resolve issues with the question yourself, and these edits are sufficient for the post to be reopened. Avoid making minor edits that don’t impact whether the post should be reopened.
Reopen if issues with the question have been resolved, or if it was incorrectly closed.
Skip if you're not sure whether the question should be reopened.
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Some of the content of this page is adapted from information in our Meta Stack Exchange FAQ, which also contains more in-depth guidance if you are interested in reading more about this queue.