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Badge progress indicator in review section
How can I see my progress for different badges?

How do you find out how many posts that you have edited (to see how close to getting a badge)?

The sandbox method appears not to work?

If the answer is you cannot, is there any plans in the pipe line to implement this?

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To see how many posts you have edit you need to go to activity page of your profile and in that you need to got to suggestions , where you can find how many edits you have suggested like for you stackoverflow account


there would be eight tabs and you need to go to suggestion tab


when you click on suggested edit you reach here , like this


and till now on SO you have suggested two edits

and at the downside you can see your details of your edits

Ed Heal had 0 edit suggestions approved, and 2 edit suggestions rejected.

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How about edited posts? – Ed Heal Jul 27 '12 at 10:44
are you asking about the number of posts you have edited ? – Avi Kumar Manku Jul 27 '12 at 10:47
Yes - The 'copy editor' badge for example. – Ed Heal Jul 27 '12 at 11:50
Ed , if we take example of your profile your edits are 0 , because if your edits are rejected you never edited those posts only approved number of edit would be you total number of edits – Avi Kumar Manku Jul 28 '12 at 12:29
@EdHeal see yesterday i completed my 80 edits and today i got a strunk-white badge stackoverflow.com/badges/12/strunk-white?userid=766108 – Avi Kumar Manku Aug 7 '12 at 9:46
stackoverflow.com/review/first-answers here you can see the number of edits you have made and can also see the % you have made for copy editor – Avi Kumar Manku Sep 10 '12 at 6:21

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