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After logging in and searching, I see no gray points (No Edit History) on the Map, and no red for Unedited, am I doing something wrong or should I consider all of those have been completed? As a newly participating Volunteer, I don't want to make a false assumption. Thank you.

asked 22 Jul, 11:55

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In researching information, I found July, 2021 Newsletter Vol 7, Issue 4 helpful. Thanks. BB4

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answered 24 Jul, 14:12

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edited 24 Jul, 14:12

Points without an edit history are only symbolized as gray dots on the status maps only. In the actual editor, such points could be yellow, purple, blue, or green. It's a bit tedious, but to find those points in the editor, you'll need to click on a point, and then click on the View History button to see if it has an edit history or not. If not, the point can then be edited by anyone with any editing role.

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answered 25 Jul, 10:03

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I'm wondering the same thing. As a Standard editor, I can only edit red points, but I don't see any regarding Fire Stations in Georgia and South Carolina.

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answered 16 Aug, 14:04

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Standard editors are also able to edit those points which do not have an edit history (which are commonly yellow, but could also be any of the other colors).

You can read more about the no-edit-history-points in these newsletter articles:

Yellow Points with no Edit History???

Edited Points without an Edit History

And in this other Q&A post:

Why is there a conflict between feature color key and the history?

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answered 17 Aug, 10:00

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edited 17 Aug, 10:01

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