How do you know what edits were made?

tctink tctink
I've noticed that on all of our reviews it says shows the editor and asks for feedback regarding the edit. No problem here, but honestly I can't tell if anything has changed or not... My memory just isn't that good to remember the case and punctuation of everything I typed. Is there a way to know what edits were made so we can determine the quality of the edits?
03/24/2013
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js250 js250
You can copy and paste it to a word program prior to submitting. Than compare the two once it it published.
03/24/2013
tctink tctink
Quote:
Originally posted by js250
You can copy and paste it to a word program prior to submitting. Than compare the two once it it published.
That should be added to the instructions . Or a quick reviewer pane that lets the author know what changed.

Thanks for the info though, and I'll keep that in mind on my next review.
03/24/2013
Ryuson Ryuson
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Originally posted by tctink
That should be added to the instructions . Or a quick reviewer pane that lets the author know what changed.

Thanks for the info though, and I'll keep that in mind on my next review.
It's supposed to go like this, if you aren't ranked high enough to self publish:

A contributor reads your review. For every piece of information missing and such they dock your rating. For every typo and run on sentence they dock the editors rating.

It's the editors fault if there are grammar and spelling issues if you're not self publishing, which is why they can be downvoted. If there are typos and such either they didn't read your review well enough or they put them there, themselves. If they get too many downvotes, meaning they left too many errors in your review that people noticed, they won't be accepted into an editor round in the future.
03/24/2013
Sammi Sammi
Quote:
Originally posted by Ryuson
It's supposed to go like this, if you aren't ranked high enough to self publish:

A contributor reads your review. For every piece of information missing and such they dock your rating. For every typo and run on sentence they dock the ... More
You beat me to it

Ryuson explained this well, and as js250 said, if you're curious what changes were made by an editor, you can create and save a copy of your review, in a program like Word or notepad, and compare the two after the review is published.
03/24/2013
eri86 eri86
It's nice when the editor lets you know what they changed. I've missed some its/it's before and appreciated the editor telling me that they had been fixed.

Helps me keep an eye out for them in the future.
03/25/2013
Ryuson Ryuson
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Originally posted by eri86
It's nice when the editor lets you know what they changed. I've missed some its/it's before and appreciated the editor telling me that they had been fixed.

Helps me keep an eye out for them in the future.
Really? That's good to know! Usually when it's not a persistent issue (like there aren't more than half its/it's wrong) I assume they were in a hurry or something. I'll try and give more feedback.
03/25/2013
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