Wikibooks:Autoreviewed users

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Autoreviewed users are those who have the ability to have their own edits reviewed, and is a subset of the reviewer group which is automatically given upon meeting a set of conditions.

To ease the burden on reviewers, administrators can give autoreview for such users on their discretion. This right may also be requested at Requests for permissions if required. Examples for which this may be given include users who mainly contribute to a page, or vandalism fighters.

Autoreviewed users cannot review other users' edits or use rollback (such users may use Undo instead), and this permission is not asked for or given frequently. For autoreviewed users who later gain reviewer permissions, the autoreview flag may be taken away later (note that you won't lose anything, as reviewer is a superset of autoreview).

See also


User groups
Local: blocked users – anonymous users – registered users – autoconfirmed users – autoreviewed users – reviewers – uploaders – importers – bots – pseudo-bots – administrators – interface administrators – bureaucrats – checkusers
Global: locked accounts – unified accounts – rollbackers – sysops – ombudsmen – system administrators – stewards