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Edit posts?

Discussion in 'Welcome lounge and forum help' started by shelleymccuk, May 14, 2009.

  1. shelleymccuk

    shelleymccuk New commenter

    Is is possible to edit posts once placed? Couldn't find a way to do this but think it is a much-needed feature.
     
  2. Hi
    I am pleased to let you know that we have been trialling timed post edits for two weeks in Personal and have just introduced it into Opinion. There have been no reported problems with the function to edit posts within 2 minutes and will roll it out to the other forums in due course.
    The purpose of timed editing in our forums is to give our members the opportunity to correct any mistakes after posting.
    Ignore the 'Edit Notes' field. The 'Current Edit Notes' box tells admin whether and when a post has been edited. After 2 minutes, the edit button should disappear once the screen is refreshed.
    If it is too late and you need us to edit a post for you, drop us a line at Internet_Editor@tes.co.uk with a link to the thread and post number along with the change you require and we'll change it for you.
     

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