I just answered a question in the Q&A section, now I want to change that answer but could not find a link to edit it.
It has also disappeared from the Q&A section but is visible on the article.
The same thing happened to me yesterday also. The question (and answer!) disappeared from the notification and I could not find the link at all. Probably a bug.
Click on the Filter (you can see it just below the Add Question button), then on Answered Questions. You should be able to get to it that way.
The other possibility is that the editors have deleted it. It happens frequently.
by lyricsingray 9 years ago
that can't be answered nowWhat would it be?my question - how do they get the caramel inside the caramel bar?I often wonder and wish I knew. I guess to remain one of life's large mysterieswhat would you want to know?
by Whitney 8 years ago
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by Faith Reaper 2 years ago
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by Sajib 7 years ago
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by starme77 9 years ago
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by chspublish 6 years ago
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