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Suppose someone suggested an edit to my own question which I approve (and am grateful). Is there any mechanism that allows me to accept the edit straight away that works for users <2k reputation?

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    I had that happen once, and I just clicked "accept" and there it was! (unless I misunderstood you?) – Fabby Jan 26 '15 at 10:51
  • The OP can always directly accept edits to their own question, as far as I can tell. You just have to reach it before two others do. – muru Jan 26 '15 at 16:15
  • @Fabby I tried several times to find that magic button "accept". I always ended up hitting the "next" button, which kindly informed me that I have no privileges to review edits (in this context, to my own question). – Adam Ryczkowski Jan 26 '15 at 16:46
  • I'll change a proverbial comma in one of your posts so that you can have a look. – Fabby Jan 26 '15 at 20:49
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    @AdamRyczkowski If all you get is the next button then that means the edit suggestion has already been handled (look up above the question/answer and you should get a breakdown of what happened). You still get a notification so you can double check. – Seth Jan 27 '15 at 0:25
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If you have "missed" the accept button, it must have been a mistake, since:

Who can vote on a suggested edit?

  • The owner of a post may cast a binding vote to accept or reject any modification of their post.

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