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Hi, I dont know what Im doing wrong. I'v completed (I think) all 3 points of 1. mission, but they are still shown as active, but not completed. What Im doing wrong?

Thanks a lot!

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I will take a look and post some feedback for you :-)
the same happen to me!!!, if you get an answer please let me now.
The main thing is that you need to make sure you have the right TAGS for each mission. You also need to go into detail and answer every point covered in each mission. The exercises are meant to be thought about, researched and reported. The more details, the better. Take your time and really think each mission through. One sentence, even only one paragraph is not enough. These are critical thinking exercises. Remember from school....who, what, where, when, why. Also think about how it affects the world now, how it will affect the world in the future, how it will help YOU change the world, why it inspired you.

For IMAGINE1, tell a story, in the present tense, as if it were happening now. Be creative, solve the Tokyo food crisis. Be detailed, do research, make the post long and informative. Use links, citations, pictures...most of all have fun with this one. The more fun you have with it, the more you will draw people in to read it. Don't be shy, you have GREAT ideas....let the world know about them!

For LEARN1, Pick a secret of Social Innovation and actually OWN it. Make it yours. Cite examples you see around you. Tell how that has impacted your life, how you see it impacting the future....YOUR future.

For ACT1, research social innovators and pick one that you feel has done a great thing. Find a blog or website and follow them. Find more places on the net to track them. Tell the world, in your blog, why you chose them. What are they doing, what is their vision? What have the accomplished? Where did they start out? How have they impacted your life, or the lives of others? What makes them special in your eyes? What do you admire about them? Remember to use links and citations, always state your sources and provide a link back to the original data. Maybe there is a youtube video you can link to, or a wikipedia entry. have fun and give as much detail as you can!

Take a look at what others have written, people who have all of their runes lit up. Everyone has great ideas, the point is to get those ideas heard.

Feel free to check out my entries and those of other people on the leader board. Many of them have at least some of their runes lit up. I know you can do it, just put thought and research into your posts and the runes will light up before too long :-) Keep up the great work :-)
I THINK I FOUND WHAT´S WRONG!!! I had the same problem then I found that I never click in accept the mission in the right side, up in the page. I already wrote in the blog but now, I upload a photo after click in accept the mission with the title IMAGINE 1 on everything.
YAY! I hope that fixes it :-)
thanks a lot for your help :)) I got it completed now.. and I have also addet few more words to the posts Ive made.. Its harder for me to present my thought in English since its not my first language.. But I'll try to do my bes... And since I got acceptet to Unis in the UK, I gotta learn how to express my thoughts.. so I dont get kicked out :D
One more time, thanks a lot!
AlexeJkir
Don`t worry about your English, we can help us to each other :-)
Same like you, English is not my first language.
By now I hope you have all seen Alchemy's update on the evidence approval process: http://www.urgentevoke.com/forum/topics/get-credit-for-your-completed

The short answer is, Alchemy's small team of game mentors was originally approving all evidence by hand, one at a time. But we were overwhelmed by the huge river of evidence being generated, and couldn't keep up. So Alchemy has devised a new process where each Agent (you!) can log their own evidence and get credit for it.

Hope that clears it up!
I know it must have been overwhelming, but I really liked the fact that each piece of evidence was individually inspected. I have seen some who were unsure of what to post and only posted a single sentence as a result, then wondered why the evidence was not approved. Now it seems that someone could post one word and approve their own evidence, then get all their friends to vote on it and artificially raise their rating. It seems there is much more chance for an abuse of the system, and though I hope that does not happen, as filtering out those kinds of posts from the really well thought out ones would also be quite daunting, I do worry that it might. Just seems to me that there is going to be many more people who are deserving of points who will fall into the cracks and who's voices may never get heard.

Gene Becker said:
By now I hope you have all seen Alchemy's update on the evidence approval process: http://www.urgentevoke.com/forum/topics/get-credit-for-your-completed
The short answer is, Alchemy's small team of game mentors was originally approving all evidence by hand, one at a time. But we were overwhelmed by the huge river of evidence being generated, and couldn't keep up. So Alchemy has devised a new process where each Agent (you!) can log their own evidence and get credit for it.
Hope that clears it up!

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