5

I've noticed that edits of other users performed on my own posts are not notified here on Italian.SE, despite this happening on other sites across the network.

Is this a site-specific choice?

| |
  • 1
    I receive notifications on edits of my posts, but I'm not sure if I've always received it. – Charo Jun 29 '15 at 17:29
  • @Charo I do not. I'm sure about this because I've had 3 edits on two of my posts today, one from DaG and two from you (thanks by the way). In other communities I always receive a notifications tough, and that's why I found this strange. It seems that somehow this something related to my account. – kos Jun 29 '15 at 17:39
  • Kos, why don't you try closing your account and then reopen it to see what happens? – Elberich Schneider Jul 15 '15 at 22:55
  • 1
    @ElberichSchneider I didn't see your comment before, however I've managed to dig this out somehow (see the answer below). Thanks! – kos Aug 13 '15 at 0:15
3

Yesterday I transposed the content of this question to Meta.SE as I've experienced the same thing there as well, making what I tought it was a localized issue something network-wide spread: post on Meta.SE.

Turns out, it's ; edits "not substantive enough" are simply not notified.

The exact thresholds (modifications to the post's body / modifications to the post's code) over which an edit is notified are community-dependent and not specified; here are the words of Sklivvz ♦ on the very original post:

In order to reduce noise sent to users, we only notify when "substantive" changes are happening on their posts.

There are a few rules in how "substantive" is defined, but typically one of these two should be enough to trigger a message:

  • the edit in the post body should be over a threshold
  • the edit in code sections should be over another threshold

The threshold varies from site to site.

| |

You must log in to answer this question.

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged .