I noticed when I went to a different Stack Exchange site where I had lower reputation, I could not see the comments while editing my question. This is especially frustrating when a user makes a comment of how I can improve my question, but I have to go back and forth between the edit page and the main page.
I found there was a question about this already: Show comments when editing answers and I realized that inline-editing was a feature for 2k+ rep users only.
The answer in the question references the blog post and it mentions in there:
We've only opened up inline editing to editors (users with 2,000+ reputation) for now, but we might extend it to all users eventually. And if you prefer the old editing page for whatever reason, just hold down ctrl when clicking on edit to get it.
So just wondering, does Stack Exchange plan on extending the inline editor to all users eventually? What are the reasons for hiding this inline-editing feature only to users with 2,000 rep? If anything, I think we should make it easier for new users to be able to fix their questions based on comments we provide for them.