If you get great feedback that helps you understand where to make the right changes, then yes! I think rewriting your story will help you in the very end in more ways than one. For instance, @RainbowCat’s reviews are beneficial to writers. I would recommend getting a review if you are struggling with writing your story. Though don’t assume all feedback is helpful when asking for other’s opinions. My reason for saying this is that if they don’t fully point out what to fix, you’ll get stuck in that whirlwind of not knowing what to do next. Some people will not give great feedback because they aren’t used to doing so, and other reasons leading to them answering that way. Always be open to feedback in general; it’s just up to you on what you do with that feedback.
I always tend to re-write parts of my story before I publish.
You don’t know how many times I’ve edited chapter 1 of my story
That’s always a good way to go about it!
Revamping or just editing?
I guess both in a sense.
Oh, 'cause I edit things all the time, but only seldom do I revamp.
Yeah, I do that sometimes too. I’m going to try to work on my story tonight.
Every new version (or edited version) is better than the last. I’ve written and re-written a story for the last decade or so to try to boil it down to the core so that it becomes more impactful in hopes of it becoming more impactful.
I think it can. I consider a story to be something you’re always working on. Even when I publish my stories, I still edit/proofread them to keep working on it, builiding it to be the best story it can be.
Editing parts of the story, yes. But whenever I tried to completely rewrite a story, it ended up worse than before