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As a standard editor, am I able to correct a street number error which I realized only after I hit save? Sorry, but I'm new to this and haven't been able to find the answer in the guide.

asked 14 May '17, 13:04

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Hello, and welcome!

Yes, you are able to go back and correct a street number error in the address fields. If you try to edit the point immediately after hitting save (i.e., 1 or 2 minutes after hitting save), you might get a temporary error saying the point is locked. This is because it is currently being synced with our system. However, approximately 5 minutes after saving, if you go back to edit the point and hit save, it should accept your edits.

So yes, the system will allow you to revisit a point and make/save additional changes.

Hope this helps! Please reach out to us either via Q&A or at nationalmapcorps@usgs with additional questions and we're happy to assist!

Regards,

Sam

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answered 17 May '17, 11:02

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Thanks, Sam. I assumed that's what I should be able to do, but for some reason, I was locked out for multiple days. Today, however, I was able to correct the address.

(17 May '17, 11:12) rea
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