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Is there anyway to edit one of your reviews?

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Yes, you are given a limited amount of time after posting to make changes. Ten minutes. After that your review goes into the history books.

If you are changing (or adding to) your comments, and it is too late to edit, you could always post a comment to your review. If it is spelling or grammar, most people will know what you meant so I wouldn't sweat it.

Posting comment to your review? I have did this before and it is really handy. Especially if someone asks a question in a comment regarding something you said or didn't say. However, on my latest review a few weeks back I had forgot to mention something, so I did a comment. It wouldn't post. Tried it a number of times. Are you sure this feature is still available for the author? Now I realize there is a forum for a review's critics, but that isn't included along with the initial review. Or am I missing something again?

Over on the C.C., under their reviews, once you post one and miss the edit limit, there is nothing you can do to add or detract.

It's been a while since I posted y last review, but I was able to add comments then. It seems that it would be counter-productive not to be able to further comment in your own review, but then again, I do not meddle in the mechanics of this (or any other) forum.

Perhaps the forum gremlins were at play at that time?

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