As I have recently passed the 10k reputation threshold, Stack Exchange is now asking me for more moderation work, including handling low quality posts. The interface for this task seems inadequate to me.
When a low-quality post is reported, I have only four options: Looks ok, Edit, Recommend deletion, and Skip.
What is the effect of Recommend Deletion? Does the post get deleted immediately, or does it get passed to a "lozenge" moderator? How many such recommendations are needed? Documentation and contextual help is lacking.
What if I want to flag the post as "should be a comment", for instance? The moderation page contains a copy of the answer, but the "flag" link isn't there. I need to navigate to a different page, with at least four clicks, to recommend that a low-quality answer should be a comment. This seems bad UI for a reasonably common task.
Are the (allegedly) low-quality posts that I see in the moderation queue determined automatically, or based on some user flagging them? If it's the latter, I think that the interface should tell me who flagged it.