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It's not necessarily "bad" but is not preferable when compared to a buyer immediately accepting the delivery or allowing the delivery to automatically close after 72 hours have elapsed.

It means the buyer has issues with what was delivered and requests changes to be made before (hopefully) accepting the delivery. As for whether revision requests negatively impact a seller's analytics and visibility, that is very much speculative, but a general safe practice is to try to nail the initial delivery to minimize the risk and hassle of revisions occurring (but that is obviously not always a possibility).

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