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# Up to how long can I edit my posts?

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17 Jan 2013, 18:12
I want to keep a mini-journal as a post here in a single post. That way, when I write my debrief, I can refer to it and give new members a place that shows a detailed version of my work as I was going through it. I'm wondering how long a post remains editable? On some forums, it's one day, on others 30 days, and so on. Is there a time limit for editing a single post on this forum?

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17 Jan 2013, 18:30
well, as far as I know there is no limit
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18 Jan 2013, 03:00
there isn't a time limit. Alternatively you can create a topic thread in 'share gmat experiences' forum, post updates and finally your experience of the real test.

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18 Jan 2013, 07:07
jumsumtak wrote:
there isn't a time limit. Alternatively you can create a topic thread in 'share gmat experiences' forum, post updates and finally your experience of the real test.

Thanks jumsumtak! I didn't even see that forum, so thanks for the advice on putting my post in the right place... I'll be giving you a shout-out over there

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18 Apr 2013, 22:50
Thanks for updating me and other newbies. This is really informative to manage account and important threads.
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12 May 2013, 21:10
Mentalist wrote:
I want to keep a mini-journal as a post here in a single post. That way, when I write my debrief, I can refer to it and give new members a place that shows a detailed version of my work as I was going through it. I'm wondering how long a post remains editable? On some forums, it's one day, on others 30 days, and so on. Is there a time limit for editing a single post on this forum?

Thanks!

It used to be 1 minute or something like this - I have revised it to be 60 minutes.... no idea what it really should be.
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Re: Up to how long can I edit my posts?   [#permalink] 12 May 2013, 21:10
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