How do I find my posts on Nextdoor? We need to do this if we want to re-edit or change a previously published post.
It is noteworthy that you can edit your posts within 30 days of posting.
This rule is Nextdoor's content processing rule. In other words, posts that have been published for more than 30 days are not allowed to be changed again.
Here, let's see how we find our previously published articles.
Locate the post or reply you would like to edit in the Newsfeed.
Click the right of your post or reply.
Edit as needed.
First, we need to log in to Nextdoor and find the post we want to edit in the Newsfeed.
Nextdoor has given some official advice that we need to understand in general.
Posts can only be edited by the author of the message.
It is not possible to see the previous version of an edited post.
Edited posts will have a note at the bottom indicating the edit date.
Editing a post will not result in new email notifications.
Editing a post will not bump the post up to the top of the newsfeed.
To change which neighborhoods can see your post, you will need to delete your post and then re-post it to the correct list of neighborhoods.
If you miss the 30-day edit window, you must delete your post and create a new post.
In fact, another situation also requires us to find a previously published article.
To see how the response was to this article that we posted. We want to see how many people have viewed it and how many people have left comments.