I just edited this answer, I just reached 2000+ reputation and the edit got immediately accepted. Is there some way to turn this off?
I´m fairly sure this was a good edit, but I have done bad edits before, like the one for this answer, where I removed all incorrect information, which was most of the answer. That edit was correctly rejecte by peer review, because "This edit deviates from the original intent of the post. Even edits that must make drastic changes should strive to preserve the goals of the post's owner."
I learned from that and will try to avoid doing something like that again, this is not possible without peer review, I felt unsure about that edit, but didn´t know about that reason to reject it and thought it would be fine, because I only removed incorrect information.
I usually feel fairly sure about my edits, but there are some cases where I am unsure and where I would prefer to have someone else approve it via peer review.
Is there a feature like that? If not, then I would like to suggest such a feature. It could work similar to how the "community wiki" checkbox works, then I could tick a checkbox that sends the edit to the review queue, rather than being imidiately accepted, whenever I feel unsure about an edit, or simply don´t want to make a final decision, I´m not perfect, I make mistakes.
Adding a feature like that would make it possible to learn from mistakes, even at higher reputation levels. In my case I feel like it´s too early to ALWAYS have the edit accepted without peer review, because I´m still learning and I reached this much reputation too quickly to fully understand the rules. I´m bound to make mistakes and I don´t want anyone else to suffer for it.
I do feel confident enough to decide when an edit feels a bit risky though, so I think simply having the option to have an edit peer reviewed would be enough.
Alternatively I could just never make any edits if I´m not completely sure if they are good, but in that case I would no longer have the opportunity to learn if an edit is good, or not, so a lot of future edits that would be good would never be made, because I was unsure.