We all, the ones who edit questions or answers, go through questions to implement the same edits to every question that needs an edit. Which is just an unneeded repetition that can be simply solved by having a quick edit panel for the most used edits. Of-course some questions need human interaction, I guess, to be edited. But for the most part I believe that more than 80% of the questions that are edited go though the same editing routine.
What are the most common edits that a question/answer editor do?!
I have went ahead and created a discussion asking about that, which can be used as a further reference.
For my part I find these are the most common ones:
- Right click then pick the first spelling mistake suggestion.
- Re-upload images for users that don't have enough privilege.
- Insert proper line brakes. (Some people just insert one line break)
- Format the code in a code-sample.
- Format function names as code, so it stands out from the rest of the text. e.g. "I use this function
- Capitalize the first letter. This can be easily achieved if the user uses some punctuation marks.
Separate text into paragraphs, usually where there is a dot.
Will this be 100% accurate all the time?
This feature will only be triggered by a human. So if any thing goes wrong he can still go into manual-mode. While this can't be accurate all the time. It still can help a lot and can reduce the amount of tedious work.