I know when making requests, I make spelling errors, but I am not able to correct them.
Is there a way that we can edit requests that we make ourselves. Maybe have the feature disappear once the first answer is posted.
I've been deleting the ones with mistakes and just re-requesting them. Just curious if there's an easier way around this.
(I believe this has been asked before, but I could not find the thread.)
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