So I come from an agile workplace and generally prefer to ship whenever something is good enough for the public, but not perfect. However, my line manager is detail-oriented to the extreme and makes me spend days re-doing work until it's just as she thinks it should be.
While some of the feedback is valid, other feedback is I think a little too far. E.g. copy came from different department I upload to the website, she requests copy change, I change, she decides it doesn't look quite right I change again etc... She tries to have things be perfect, but often its just her perception of what perfect is, were, in reality, the original copy was fine. This is particularly irritating when there is a lot of work to be done that is of higher priority.
I have tried confronting her about this, she seems quite aware that this is annoying and often pointless but does it anyway.
I was thinking that my easy going nature (i.e. I say 'its fine', 'sure no problem' a lot) contributes to the issue and I should instead complain about having to make very similar changes? or is complaining about something my manger is asking me to do not the right approach ?