This is something we aim to do, but the current ability to modify another
user's review request is a bit of a hack. We currently don't track info on
what user made a change, assuming instead that it's the original poster of
the review request. That's why a special permission or admin abilities are
required to modify other people's review requests.
Down the road, we'd like to track this better, so that the changes in the
UI, email, and API will all reflect the actual person who made the change.
That would be 3.0 at the very earliest, though.
On Tuesday, April 28, 2015, Fernando Martin <nan...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> 1. User A is posting a review: post #1.
> 2. All the users receive an email from User A about this post #1.
> 3. User B is modifying the summary of this post #1.
> 4. All the users receive an email again from* User A *about this
> change in post #1.
> I'd like to change point #4 so all the users receive the email from *User
> B* as he's the one who made the modification on that post.
> Is this possible?
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