- I vote to close a question, which is subsequently closed.
- The OP and/or others fix the question.
- Someone votes to reopen.
How can I efficiently find such questions?
The purpose is to vote to reopen if my original concerns with the question are now resolved.
I occasionally bump back into such questions (by chance), which allows me to issue my own vote to reopen, if I deem it necessary. However, it seems like the SE way is to favour a set of different people to vote to reopen questions. I cannot confirm for sure, but I don't believe I have every reviewed an item in the re-open queue that I previously voted to close (could be mistaken/coincidence, perhaps).
The only method I see at the moment is to go through my review history, one click at a time. Obviously, this is not very efficient.
Additionally, from the OP's perspective is could be useful having VTC users being more proactive in their reversals once a question has been fixed. This seems to only really occur if I leave a comment detailing my vote reason, and someone replies to the comment.
Finally, I don't want to track every review I ever made or intend to vigorously monitor questions I have voted on. I would like a simple way of getting to a list of questions that meet the scenario detailed.