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I'm using iOS chrome.

I tried to add a post notice to this answer earlier, but I couldn't see the notice. I refreshed a few times and it still wasn't there. I asked someone on a computer to check and make sure the notice went through, and they could see it. It would be nice to be able to see them on mobile, or at least get some kind of success confirmation. Makes phone modding a bit difficult. :)

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Showing those notices is important for non-mods, too. I just ran into this (wait, did someone remove the notice? I don't see an edit), and later learned it was the mobile site, not the post, that was to blame. – Monica Cellio Mar 19 '14 at 22:38
@monica Agreed! But it's especially counterintuitive to not see it after you're the one that just created it moments before ;). I was verrrry confused. (Though, I think high rep users can add post notices too? Maybe. I forget.) – WendiKidd Mar 19 '14 at 23:12
Only moderators can add post notices. There's a feature request here somewhere to allow high-rep users to do so (via voting, not unilaterally), which would help some sites a lot. – Monica Cellio Mar 20 '14 at 0:18
Here is the feature request that @Monica mentioned. – jmac Mar 20 '14 at 4:46

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