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For example I ran into this answer about how to access your flair. It had outdated information since the flair page link is not where it used to be now. So I edited it with a new screen shot and written navigation instructions on how to reach the flair page.

I think I should be editing these when I run into them. However, it scares me a little if this design is not "final" "finalized" yet, and some more things move to other places, then my edits will become incorrect and we'll have to re-edit again.

So should we already be editing these types of deprecated navigation answers or should we wait a while before spending any time on this?

  • We should wait until the next update to make sure these new updates have time to be considered stable enough – random Apr 25 '15 at 4:28
  • I think that is a fine edit. Maybe don't edit things that may change / seem buggy / have been reported as bugs. – Tim Apr 25 '15 at 20:49

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