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Long-time WP editor -- who is learning Waze.
 
Long-time WP editor -- who is learning Waze.
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One of the great things about Wikipedia is that no editor can "harm" the project with their edits. Everything, absolutely everything, can be reverted or reversed. And there is a history by which any editor can correct their own mistakes or those of another editor.
 
One of the great things about Wikipedia is that no editor can "harm" the project with their edits. Everything, absolutely everything, can be reverted or reversed. And there is a history by which any editor can correct their own mistakes or those of another editor.
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With Waze, though, I wonder. When I hit the "save" button by mistake (rather than hitting the "undue" button), I do not see a method by which I can undo what I had originally sought to undo.
 
With Waze, though, I wonder. When I hit the "save" button by mistake (rather than hitting the "undue" button), I do not see a method by which I can undo what I had originally sought to undo.

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Long-time WP editor -- who is learning Waze.

One of the great things about Wikipedia is that no editor can "harm" the project with their edits. Everything, absolutely everything, can be reverted or reversed. And there is a history by which any editor can correct their own mistakes or those of another editor.

With Waze, though, I wonder. When I hit the "save" button by mistake (rather than hitting the "undue" button), I do not see a method by which I can undo what I had originally sought to undo.