# Show reason for closure when reviewing questions for reopening

It would be helpful if the reopen review queue always explained why the questions were initially closed. When reviewing close votes, the system shows the reasons other reviewers gave for closing the question, like this:

In the re-open queue, however, the header sometimes just looks like this:

I suggest that the two messages should be combined, into something like this.

This question was edited after it was closed. Should it be reopened?

It was initially flagged because:

• Reason #1
• Reason #2

Obviously, one can click through to the question's page to see the closure reason, but it would be convenient to have this information on the page already, as is done during the initial closure. This information is not provided by the (more) link, which just explains what each button does.

• This is an issue we've remarked on here before, but I don't recall if it had its own thread or arose in the discussion of other matters. You're asked to make a decision but the information you need isn't there, you have to go looking, and the whole thing is clunky. At least if the reason was visible it would sometimes save further clicking ("unclear? looks clear enough now") – Glen_b Mar 20 '16 at 23:56

• When you go to the reopen queue, you initially land on the revision tab. What might be best & easiest would be to just initially land on the question (revised) tab instead. – gung - Reinstate Monica Dec 2 '16 at 12:40