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This is (allegedly) going to be implemented by the team sometime anyway. But just in case, and so you can play with it, here is a script which replaces the 'Unanswered' tab with 'Review'. NEW - attempts to notify user if the script becomes irrelevant (i.e. when this gets implemented by the team)..



If you have Firefox+Greasemonkey, Opera, or Google Chrome, try this Greasemonkey script that will transform the Unanswered tab into a Review tab.

// ==UserScript==
// @name           FutureReview
// @author         benjol
// @version        1.0.1
// @description    Hack Unanswered tab to point to review
// @include*
// @include*
// @include        http://**
// @include        http://meta.**
// @exclude        http://**
// @exclude*
// ==/UserScript==

function with_jquery(f) {
    var script = document.createElement("script");
    script.type = "text/javascript";
    script.textContent = "(" + f.toString() + ")(jQuery)";

with_jquery(function ($) {
    var unanswered = document.getElementById('nav-unanswered');
    if(unanswered == null)'You can uninstall the <a href="">FutureReview</a> script, the functionality seems to now be built in to Stack Exchange', -123456);
    unanswered.innerHTML = 'Review';
    unanswered.href = '/review';
    if(location.pathname.indexOf('/review') > -1) {
        unanswered.parentNode.className += ' youarehere';


Save the above to disk as "futurereview.user.js" and drag it into your browser—or simply go here for a direct download of the above file.

For more information about user scripts, check out the tag wiki.


Disabled on Gaming: the tabs texts are image-based there.

You can use my other user script for commenting on the low-quality posts you find in Review.

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