I've searched and checked out many questions on meta about how to handle reviews. There is mostly helpful information already available. There is still one particular thing I'm not sure about.
If one is reviewing a post and clicks "Skip" I'm assuming that it stays in the review queue? So, if I see that a post has already had some helpful comments from incidental users before it ended up in the queue and needs no input, is it better for me to click "No Action Needed", even though I didn't do anything? In this case, "I'm Done" is not active. I'm assuming that if the system works sensibly, only a post that has been "Skip"ped will stay in the review queue?
I have reviewed posts that were earlier reviewed by someone else: example. Does this mean this was "Skip"ped and then I came along and clicked "No Action Needed"? I suppose my main concern is about appropriate etiquette. I don't want to claim credit for reviewing a post that has already been reviewed. But, if a post has some incidental comments that already point in the right direction, that I would have posted myself had they not been there, I believe they shouldn't stay in the review queue.
I am assuming that "Skip" is for when I do want someone else to review the post when, for whatever reason, I'm not sure what should be done myself?