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TLDR: Don't focus on the giving of rep, focus on signalling to the editor whether their action was useful/helpful or not. You are focusing on the wrong thing. Don't focus on the giving of rep (you only give rep when you award a bounty), focus on the edit. The first thing to do is to decide is this edit good or not. To see if it is a good edit, lets looks at ...


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What is the appropriate action for editing an answer that was rejected by the community? If you have full editing privileges, you can perform the edit (or a better version of the edit!) yourself. But if you're unsure if it's the right thing to do, raising it on meta like you have is also a good choice. For non-obvious spam links (like the Xfire link became)...


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No, such an option does not exist. Once you finished reviewing an item, you cannot change your decision. Don't worry, mistakes like this happen; that's one of the reasons two approvals/rejections are necessary for a final verdict on the edit.


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status-completed The new review design now includes the tag that you're editing when you hit 'Improve':


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status-completed The number of reviews are no longer shown, so this bug is no longer apparent. Instead, we have grey and red notification dots to indicate pending reviews: When the queues start to get busy, a red notification dot will be shown on the top bar as well:


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