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Is "updates done" grammatically correct. I am trying to use an alternative for "changes made"

List of changes made -

or

List of updates done -

or is there anything else I can use?

  • "Updates done" is commonly used as a synonym for "Changes made". But it depends on your context. Sometimes they cannot be interchanged. There's nothing wrong with "Updates done". – Varun Nair Jan 25 '16 at 10:10
  • update is a noun. It can be done! So, why not? Event is not the first Facebook update done for mobile first.... However, I'd prefer this style: Changes: done; Updates: done – Maulik V Jan 25 '16 at 10:27
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    List of successful updates could be used. Sounds like it your usage is technology related. – Peter Jan 25 '16 at 10:43
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Re-cast these phrases to full sentences, and then ask yourself the question:

List of changes he/I/we made:

List of changes he/I/we done:

Updates he/I/we made:

Updates he/I/we done:

Yes, "updates done" is common, but not - to answer your specific question - grammatically correct.

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