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  1. Member jgg's Avatar
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    Every once in awhile, like today, I write a review of software that's been mentioned on the site. I'm sorry to have to confess that I almost inevitably spot something I'd like to edit - after it's been posted.

    As far as I've been able to figure out, this isn't possible. Am I wrong?

    Just in case I'm right, I would like to strongly recommend that the site owners / maintainers make it possible to edit software reviews, even if they've already been published.

    I know that in an ideal world, people would gather their thoughts - and maybe even write a draft offline - before uploading a review. As I guess most people realize, though, this isn't an ideal world.

    I assume this has been discussed elsewhere on the site, but I wasn't able to find anything relevant by entering "edit website software review" in the site search box.

    Any opinions on this issue?

    Thanks in advance for your input.
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    Nope. It's not possible to edit reviews and I don't think I will add any such feature. You could post a new review and report the old one.
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    Originally Posted by Baldrick View Post
    Nope. It's not possible to edit reviews and I don't think I will add any such feature. You could post a new review and report the old one.
    I must confess, unless it's a really tremendously complicated feature to add, I can't understand why not. And I actually have added a follow-up posting when I really feel it's necessary.

    Anyway, as they say, it's your football, so we'll play by your rules.
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    Okey. I'm adding it to my todo-list.
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    Thank you.

    Of course it's nothing urgent, but I think it's a useful feature.

    Again, thank you for considering the suggestion.
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