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Missing the edit button is a very useful prompt and warning that any edit you make will not be attributed to your profile, but to the Community user. In other words: It is the first and most obvious warning sign that the suggested edit you're about to make won't earn you any reputation when approved. Right now, when I encounter something I'd like to edit, ...


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You're coming at this question from the vantage of seeing the edit suggestion on the post and wanting to improve it. So you're already somewhat invested in the post and that's good. What you're maybe forgetting is that most suggested edits are reviewed in the review queues and there are (unfortunately) some people who will go through those reviews extremely ...


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Although not stated explicitly, I think this is referenced at the access review queues privilege page. I believe you need 2,000 reputation points on this site (Meta Stack Exchange) to become a trusted community member (for approving suggested edits purposes), because it says: Suggested edits - 2,000 reputation That number may be different on other sites ...


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