I have submitted and published an article and it has been featured. However, I unpublished it due to some mistakes. Then, I have rework and republished it. I thought it would recheck by the editor and wait for another two days, however, it didn't happen, instead, when I saw the article it's still featured just a second when I republished it. I think the button "unpublish" should be removed because what was happened to my article just editing. There are two separate buttons for "unpublish" and "edit" but they are the same thing.
No they are not. You don't need to unpublish to edit. In fact, you should never do it because you lose the original publication date.
You would only unpublish if you wanted to remove the article from public view. For example, if the material was completely out of date, or if the article is sub-standard and beyond rescue.
Your article may well show as featured for now, but it will have to go through QAP again.
No. I disagreed. The unpublished and edit buttons are two differrent tools and mean two different things. If you hit the unpublish button, your article fall within the status of being delete after 24-hours. Within this period no one single person sees your article, except you. So next time if you want to make changes, click edit, then done edit.
Miebakagh, unpublishing does not mean the article will be deleted. It means it will return to draft status. It will remain on your account until you either republish or delete it permanently. I have some that have been sitting there in draft mode for years.
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by Eric Dierker 8 years ago
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by Jai Warren 12 years ago
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by Natalie Frank 4 years ago
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