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  Should previous activities within a question be lost on the All Activity page?

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I edited an answer to Site Design, and another user updated their answer to this same question a few minutes after mine, thereby overwriting the status of my activity on the page All Activity. I still need feed back on how other users see my updated answer.

asked Mar 22, 2014 in Feature Request by physicsnewbie (-20 points) [ no revision ]
recategorized Mar 22, 2014 by dimension10

I can still see your edit in the list, until just now when I commented on your post.  

@dimension10 you could be right, I'll check

@dimension10 I no longer see your last comment as activity for this question, my last comment showing up as activity instead.

@physicsnewbie I know that the previous activities get lost, I was just pointing out that your example is incorrect, since nobody updated their answer after yours.  

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