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If I edit someone elses question, and before it gets peer-reviewed I make another change (spotted something I missed). Will the two changes be merged into one for review or will they require separate reviews and result in separate revisions?

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As far as I've seen so far, editing within 5 minutes range still count as the same edit.

It won't be merged, it will replace the previous edit and keep the previous edit time stamp.

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