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I just click Improve edit, edit it to be what I want it to be and then leave the following canned comment: @WhoeverMadeTheEdit Welcome to Ask Ubuntu! **;-)** Could you please review my [edits]() and also review the [editing help](/editing-help) to improve the readability of your questions/answers/edits in the future... **;-)** then I copy-paste the link ...


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I try to assess how much thought/work the suggestor has put into the edit. if there is real improvement but some things have been left out I either approve or improve/approve if I encounter a suggestion that only corrects the low hanging fruit (like s/ubuntu/Ubuntu/,...) and overlooks several other things I often reject/improve with an appropriate ...


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If you're saying the edit actually improves the post, I don't believe it's fair to reject it. Someone may not know how formatting works in the editor, but is very good at English and only improves a post's English, or vice-versa. Also, I don't believe there's a rule that states we should only use Imgur URLs for images. Some images may be copyrighted, while ...


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I don't think incomplete edits should be rejected, since they're still useful and the next editor has less work to do... So it's good teamwork regardless. I do think, however, that the first editor could get a notification when someone further edits that post, so they can acknowledge the fact that their edits were lacking in certain areas.


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New users(like me) have enough motivation to read and correct mistakes, but they don't have enough experience and confidence to make fundamental changes to a post. Personally, I try to correct mistakes without changing the structure of the sentence. But these new users become experienced users and they will suggest better edits. You can also send a message ...


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No one said ONE edit or ONE reviewer has to clear up all mistakes/issues in a post. As long as they don't change the meaning of the post (i.e. remove the typo that the question is about) or introduce new issues, approve them. And as you are well aware, new user do these smaller edits to collect rep. This is actually encouraged, to some extent, I believe. ...


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