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Technical problem.

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I received an email that I edited my own reply, but I certainly didn't do anything because it's a post from 2022 and I'd have trouble finding it.

In addition, I see that Manager edited my post, but did not change anything in the content, so the problem may be related to memory migration and implementation of new features in MTC, please explain.  Re: Build of Windows will expire soon - Microsoft Community Hub2023-11-09 221738.png

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@A1 

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Hello, I believe I did an accidental button press to edit your post, when replying to this thread, and maybe added a space or made some other inconsequential change before exiting the editor screen, which made it show up on the editor screen as me having edited the post. No harm done, right? :)

@Eric Starker  

Yes, of course there is no problem :), but I thought it was a server cache sync error.

I haven't edited my post, but the notification came in - it's never been like this before.

But maybe it's just a one-time case, or maybe it's a virus?

@Eric Starker  

It seems that I'm right - now I saw that a reader (not a Microsoft employee) edited the content of the Blog which has 160 thousand views, it was also yesterday :Microsoft 365 Copilot is generally available - Microsoft Community Hub

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Thanks A1,

We were testing a new tool which should not have been live on the community, we actually identified the issue pretty quickly and turned it off but during the time it was active yes it may have said you edited posts that you never.

There is no further action for you.

@Allen  

But will disturbing (Funny) annotations be removed, e.g. in the Blog (which was edited by the Reader)?)     

           

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@A1 why you ? 

What do you think about me ? 

Me she is a master research formulation internasional edukasi .

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best response confirmed by A1 (Gold Contributor)
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Thanks A1,

We were testing a new tool which should not have been live on the community, we actually identified the issue pretty quickly and turned it off but during the time it was active yes it may have said you edited posts that you never.

There is no further action for you.

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