I want to know difference between Snip Edits and Basic Edits.
What's the exact difference between these two edits?
A Snip Edit only involves removing problematic elements from an article and/or fixing typos in its title.
A Basic Edit can involve fixing errors in the text itself such as correcting spelling and grammar and making formatting changes.
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