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Is there a place to review your pending edits on Stack Overflow? I've looked all over and can't find any place it lists them apart from your reputation breakdown once they're accepted.

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did you look under "Activity" and make certain "All" selected? – scrappedcola Dec 27 '12 at 0:06

We can't find exactly pending suggested edits but you can see all your suggested edits. Go to your profile > activity > suggestions

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No. As hims056 noted, all you can do is view your suggestions, which shows their status.

Theoretically, since suggested edits don't have a shelf life, one could suggest a substantial number of edits while several just 'lingered' for protracted amounts of time, thus making the list sort-able make more sense.

I really doubt that such a scenario would actually come to pass, however, which is probably why there's no way to do it.

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Then again, every time I say 'that would not happen' when it comes to Stack Overflow, it happens. – Tim Post Dec 27 '12 at 6:02
Quick, say "an increase in question quality in php would not happen"! </offtopic> – Charles Dec 27 '12 at 6:45

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