I have on a few occasions wanted to rollback other people's posts after suggested edits have been approved when they shouldn't have. For example; two hours ago I edited the title of a question just seconds after coleopterist had made all kinds of edits to it, and, because it was approved, all edits to the actual question was overwritten. If I could, I'd rollback to coleopterist's version.

When do you get to rollback other people's posts? Or, is that kind of action restricted to moderators?

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Rollback is part of the 'edit questions and answers' privilege - which you can gain with 1,000 reputation on this beta site. You are only 21 points away from this already.

I think the logic is that if you can be trusted to make unreviewed edits, you can be trusted to roll back revisions.

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    "You are only 21 points away from this already." - Oh, much less to review then. ;) – Napoleon Wilson Aug 25 '13 at 0:43
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    @ChristianRau haha yeah, but who's gonna help you get those review badges now? ;) – Tom Aug 25 '13 at 17:45

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