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Every now and then an edit will be suggested that introduces both good changes and bad ones, and I'm not sure which of "Improve Edit" or "Reject and Edit" actions is better suited to such a case.
I understand that "Improve Edit" is counted as an accepted edit for the user that suggested the changes, but removing information from an edit is closer to rejecting it than improving it, so "Accepting" such an edit feels misleading and might not give proper feedback to the suggester.
On the other hand, "Rejecting" the edit just to add some of the changes back into the post myself seems unfair to the user that suggested the edit, and it's clear the user cares about the post's quality, though they might have misunderstood some edit guidelines or some information in the post.
What's the better way to handle these situations?
The suggested edit that prompted this question. The first change is bad, the second is good.
Related: could edits be partially approved?