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It seems you don't get informed in the upper Inbox message in case one of your edits got rejected. If an edit got accepted you see the +2 Rep in the recent Reputations, but you never know if something was wrong with one of your edits if you don't keep track of them yourself.

Since you don't get an information message in this case (see Decision on rejected edits should be displayed as a notification to the editor) How is it possible to track them yourself?

  • On the history page? stackoverflow.com/review/suggested-edits/history – rene May 4 '14 at 13:01
  • No, that is only if you used the Review functionality. I woud like to know about all edits. – rubo77 May 4 '14 at 13:11
  • I fear no such way exists. You can leave this always open in a tab and have a userscript that will auto refresh, detect new activity, "crawl" the new activity and if rejected alert in some way. – Shadow May 4 '14 at 13:15
  • So I started a feature-request: show-the-outcome-of-suggested-edits – rubo77 May 4 '14 at 13:25
  • This information is available in the user api add this to the run /2.2/me/suggested-edits?order=desc&sort=creation&site=stackoverflow which gives you a JSON output. If the object contains a rejection_date you have something to look after... – rene May 4 '14 at 13:33
  • Profile > activity > suggestions is not it? – 3ventic May 4 '14 at 14:04
  • No, that doesen't show the outcome, that's why I started that feature request – rubo77 May 4 '14 at 14:07
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You can use the Data Explorer. I created this simple query that will show you your rejected suggested edits. The question title with just an ID displayed have been deleted.

Using the API will give you access to real time data. Currently the data explorer refreshes it's data once a week.

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You can get your rejected edits from the Stack API

The topic User has an entry for Me Suggested Edits

Make sure you hit the button Get Token first before you hit Run.

and don't use IE because it won't give you a token...

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The result will look like this:

"items": [
    {
      "proposing_user": {
        "reputation": 13205,
        "user_id": 578411,
        "user_type": "registered",
        "profile_image": "http://i.stack.imgur.com/qj33e.png?s=128&g=1",
        "display_name": "rene",
        "link": "http://stackoverflow.com/users/578411/rene"
      },
      "approval_date": 1298996673,
      "creation_date": 1298996632,
      "post_type": "question",
      "post_id": 5157197,
      "suggested_edit_id": 11561,
      "comment": "layoutr of code "
    },
    {
      "proposing_user": {
        "reputation": 13205,
        "user_id": 578411,
        "user_type": "registered",
        "profile_image": "http://i.stack.imgur.com/qj33e.png?s=128&g=1",
        "display_name": "rene",
        "link": "http://stackoverflow.com/users/578411/rene"
      },
      "approval_date": 1298985879,
      "creation_date": 1298985799,
      "post_type": "question",
      "post_id": 5155003,
      "suggested_edit_id": 11482,
      "comment": "layoiut of the unions"
    },
    {
      "proposing_user": {
        "reputation": 13205,
        "user_id": 578411,
        "user_type": "registered",
        "profile_image": "http://i.stack.imgur.com/qj33e.png?s=128&g=1",
        "display_name": "rene",
        "link": "http://stackoverflow.com/users/578411/rene"
      },
      "rejection_date": 1298981760,
      "creation_date": 1298980107,
      "post_type": "question",
      "post_id": 5154076,
      "suggested_edit_id": 11442,
      "comment": "formatting  of folders"
    },

If you flatten the json you can get the links to your rejected edits like so:

var p = JSON.parse('{"items": [  { "proposing_user": {"reputation": 13205,"user_id": 578411,...... ');   // add all JSON here as one line...

var br, a, i, item, d = document.getElementById('r');
for(i in p.items)
{
    item = p.items[i];
    if (item.rejection_date)
    {
        br = document.createElement('br');
        a = document.createElement('a');
        a.innerHTML = item.suggested_edit_id.toString();
        a.setAttribute('href', 'http://stackoverflow.com/suggested-edits/'+item.suggested_edit_id.toString());
        d.appendChild(a);
        d.appendChild(br); 
    }
}

Here is a JsFiddle with my rejected edits...

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I'm not sure you've looked into @3ventic's suggestion far enough. If you click on a suggested edit link in your history of suggestion activity (borrowed the link to your SO profile from @ShadowWizard), you'll see which reviewers took what actions on your suggestion. You can check each one manually this way, or you can click (more) under the list of reviewer actions (if any) to see your editor stats at the bottom. From this I see that, on SO at the time of this post:

·   rubo77 had 24 edit suggestions approved, and 18 edit suggestions rejected

  • Who said my name? ;) – Shadow May 4 '14 at 21:32
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    That worked better than I expected! I thought I had to say it three times while facing a mirror... :D – Nick Stauner May 4 '14 at 21:33
  • I can see how many, but I cannot see which and which were rejected this way (without clicking on each single one), can I? – rubo77 May 5 '14 at 0:17
  • If you click each suggested edit link individually, you can. It's not as nice as having the decisions for each summarized on the suggestion activity page would be, but it's a decent workaround for a small number of edits. – Nick Stauner May 5 '14 at 0:22

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