I posted an answer a week ago and got several upvotes for it, and it was marked accepted. Today I decided to add something to make it better, so I edited it. I received 2 more upvotes during the next hour.

How did people notice that I edited my answer?

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Questions that have been recently edited or answered can show up in the "Active" tab of the questions list.




One you edit any part of the question it ends up at the top of the active question tab


They didn't.

When edited the question re-appear in the main page again.

Somebody read it, and upvote it.

You can tell if the answer was edited because a legend "Edited..." appears in it.


When anyone posts a new answer, or edits the question or an answer, it gets bumped to the top of the main page.

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