We've got this new option called "No Action needed". I think this got rid of two things. I've got no evidence. But, I think...
1) Skip: I use this when I don't know what the post actually means. For example, I hate to look in quantum-field-theory, string-theory, etc. So, I usually skip those posts, except if there's some spam / wasting-time answers which we can easily recognize. Now, my usage of "Skip" has been drastically reduced by the introduction of this option.
2) Upvoting: A few months ago (before this option came into existence), I noticed that there was a cruel upvoting by some guys (I think, it's from some reviewers). We can notice it in the first posts. When we're reviewing, we can see that it has already been upvoted. I don't think those answers deserve an upvote. But if the upvoter believes that it deserves, then I've got another point. Whenever there's a first post, it gets upvoted. And, we can notice that while reviewing. And now, there aren't posts with so cruel upvotes. I had a chat with @tpg regarding that Okay, that's just a minor discussion.
I think the definition of this option doesn't satisfy me. My question is: "When do I use this option? Is there something wrong if I use it excessively?"
Does "No action needed" means - "It needs no action from me" (which is somewhat rude, because many posts will go like that) or as it states as a popup - "This answer seems to be valid".
Both definition bugs me. Can someone point me an MSO post regarding that option, or atleast tell me,
Is my reviewing OKAY?