Hi. Well, if you look through the forum, you’ll see “sure, go ahead, as often as you fancy” as well as “don’t ever touch your gigs!”, the truth probably is something in between, and then there’s good/bad luck, in the form of potential bugs, too.
What I can tell is that just yesterday, I watched a live online event from Fiverr, with real Fiverr success managers live on zoom, not avatars (be kind, those avatars probably were done for the whole team by some Fiverr seller, after all, and personally, I don’t think of them as “fake” but as giving a kind of “continuity and harmonious look” to the support staff ;), also … having read some kinds of forum posts, I can understand if they want some privacy, there are crazy people out there, you know), and one of them said it’s absolutely okay to edit, play around with title, tags, whatever.
On the other side, however, support currently seems to need quite a while until they can reply, so if your gig won’t show up in search again on its own, you might need patience …
Personally, I’d recommend a “change when needed/wanted but try to collect changes, go through everything including requirement page, FAQ, small texts in the packages, what-have-you before you edit to make sure you catch anything you might else want to edit tomorrow or next week, and do it all in one go” approach vs. editing several times within a short timeframe.
I’d definitely “risk” correcting typos when spotting any, but am more reluctant with not really needed changes and experimenting currently.
Did you do that “auto-self-check” on the ticket form that tells you if your gigs are active or not for that gig? If not, maybe do that, and if it says “not active”, maybe take a screenshot and add that to your ticket; I think some staff sometimes might think sellers are saying their gig isn’t where it used to be, when in fact they mean their gig is nowhere at all.
However, I guess, at this time, it might as well be a case of it taking longer than usual for someone to check if the gig still is okay after the edit, ToS-wise, if general support time is any indication.