Edit my own comments
Please allow my comments to be edited after they are posted.
Occasionally I have mistakenly muted someone in the Commenting area, or have changed my mind about a muting. But there appears to be no way to undo a mute.
Please add this feature.
I too have posted something and then seen some typos missed that make the post look bad. Or worse, when the battery of my keyboard is low and letters and words literally don't transfer to the computer. (I am an old guy who has to look at the key board to type).
It would be nice to be able to fix errors.
However I would limit the ability to edit so that once someone replies, the poster cannot change what they originally wrote. TOO, too many trolls out there that would love to play that game.
They can always post that it has been edited, but it looks like Yahoo has such bandwidth issues that this will never fly, it looks like they got rid of the Avatars to help solve the problem.
"cub," that's what trolls do. People who genuinely want to have adult conversations wouldn't do that. I would merely like to be able to correct my typos or poorly written comments.
"My Options," that is a different problem. You'll have better luck getting attention if you post it as a new request.
I deleted 2 years of my comments, included comments to my comments when deleting. I have 4 comments made by someone else in my comments I can't get rid of. And how is it when I delete my RECENT comments that Yahoo is still notifying me that I have "new thumbs up" and or "new replies" to a comment I have deleted? Why is it I cannot find the option to SHUT OFF NOTIFICATIONS anywhere in the Yahoo "help" pages? I am truly sick of these stupid notifications especially when I have deleted the comment completely. I have no issues with these notifications for months and then Yahoo did something recently where they are coming up all the time and it is very annoying especially when I have deleted the comment. Fix it!!! Give me where to shut this notifications off?
That is a good idea. I can post something that would get a lot of thumb ups, and then I would replace the text with something that would get a lot of thumb downs.
I believe we used to have this ability, but Yahoo has made a string of bad design decisions over the past 2 years.