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wadori

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"Got questions about ... how to use the features on this site? Just ask!"  Yes, that's what I have.  I made a post yesterday with a mistake in it and wanted to go back and correct it, but I can't see any way to go back in a make a correction to a post if necessary. Also, I would like to be to "like" or "react" to posts like other people do, but I do not see any way to do so.  Is there a page somewhere the site that explains the mechanics of how to use the site? (I hunted around but couldn't find one if it's here.)

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When you get to 25 posts, you lose the "new member" tag, and then editing and liking powers are granted.

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7 hours ago, disillusioned said:

When you get to 25 posts, you lose the "new member" tag, and then editing and liking powers are granted.

Oh, thank you.  But is there not a page that explains how it all works?

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4 hours ago, wadori said:

Oh, thank you.  But is there not a page that explains how it all works?

 

Not to my knowledge. 

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