Say, I've edited a question asked by someone. I submitted my edit, and then realize I could have made few more changes. Now I want to edit my previous edit. How can this be done? (If it can be done?)
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At your rep level on main, your edits go into an edit queue; while there, your edits can be voted up/down, and if two votes go either direction, your edit is either incorporated or not.
Until your edit is committed or rolled back, the post is pretty much locked for others. (Some people, >3000 rep?, can hit the
So you'll just have to wait until the edit is
It can be done if you, within a short period after submitting the edit (5 minutes, I believe), just press
Update: I found empirically that if there is any period it is longer than 5 minutes. There may not be a time limit.