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Randall:

You can invite people by using the Invite Link on the top of the right hand column next to "Friends".

Randall Fujimoto said:
Hi, how can I search for people that I know in order to Friend them? They joined on their own without my sending them an invite.
Hi Donaven, the evidence you submitted earlier is personally being reviewed. Please give it a little more time for your profile to reflect the exact progress you've made after it's being approved by a game runner. Thanks

Donaven Smith said:
I've learned and acted on the first mission, but when I go to my profile, it still says that I haven't completed it. What's wrong?
You can use the advanced search to find them. They may not come up in search right away however because it takes a bit of time for the player, ahem agent, search to index.

Lauren Soffer said:
Randall:

You can invite people by using the Invite Link on the top of the right hand column next to "Friends".

Randall Fujimoto said:
Hi, how can I search for people that I know in order to Friend them? They joined on their own without my sending them an invite.
I'm having trouble using the search engine on the the Agent page. I can type in an exact name (having found them on another page) and get nothing. Exact locations (countries, city/state) give me the same information. I have tried with the general search engine as well as the more specific one that caters to more exact information. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Also, is there any chance that a keyword search of the agent biographical data might be possible?
Hi Jen!

The search takes up to 36 hours to index player data. Since it hasn't yet been 36 hours from launch, it will still take awhile for people to show up in the list. Sorry for the delay, especially if you're looking for your friends.

I'll pass along the request for searching bio info to the search. What specifically are you looking for? Age maybe?

Nathan

Jen Shaffer said:
I'm having trouble using the search engine on the the Agent page. I can type in an exact name (having found them on another page) and get nothing. Exact locations (countries, city/state) give me the same information. I have tried with the general search engine as well as the more specific one that caters to more exact information. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Also, is there any chance that a keyword search of the agent biographical data might be possible?
Age might be good, particularly if students were trying to connect. I was also thinking maybe personal skills or knowledge. So like maybe tech people could network with entrepreneurs who could network with health care people to put together a solution for managing epidemics (or something).

Nathan Verrill said:
Hi Jen!

The search takes up to 36 hours to index player data. Since it hasn't yet been 36 hours from launch, it will still take awhile for people to show up in the list. Sorry for the delay, especially if you're looking for your friends.

I'll pass along the request for searching bio info to the search. What specifically are you looking for? Age maybe?

Nathan

Jen Shaffer said:
I'm having trouble using the search engine on the the Agent page. I can type in an exact name (having found them on another page) and get nothing. Exact locations (countries, city/state) give me the same information. I have tried with the general search engine as well as the more specific one that caters to more exact information. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Also, is there any chance that a keyword search of the agent biographical data might be possible?
That's a great idea! I'll add it to the list of requested enhancements.

- Nathan

Jen Shaffer said:
Age might be good, particularly if students were trying to connect. I was also thinking maybe personal skills or knowledge. So like maybe tech people could network with entrepreneurs who could network with health care people to put together a solution for managing epidemics (or something).

Nathan Verrill said:
Hi Jen!

The search takes up to 36 hours to index player data. Since it hasn't yet been 36 hours from launch, it will still take awhile for people to show up in the list. Sorry for the delay, especially if you're looking for your friends.

I'll pass along the request for searching bio info to the search. What specifically are you looking for? Age maybe?

Nathan

Jen Shaffer said:
I'm having trouble using the search engine on the the Agent page. I can type in an exact name (having found them on another page) and get nothing. Exact locations (countries, city/state) give me the same information. I have tried with the general search engine as well as the more specific one that caters to more exact information. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Also, is there any chance that a keyword search of the agent biographical data might be possible?
Will there be a way to give power to comments? I've seen some pretty insightful stuff that I've wanted to give power too :)
Could I give you points for this? It was something that just struck me as well.

Crystal Bellar said:
Will there be a way to give power to comments? I've seen some pretty insightful stuff that I've wanted to give power too :)
That would be cool! We don't have the capability to add this at this time. A workaround would be to encourage the comment poster to write a blog post about the comment / issue / idea / whatever, and then power vote that blog post.

Jen Shaffer said:
Could I give you points for this? It was something that just struck me as well.

Crystal Bellar said:
Will there be a way to give power to comments? I've seen some pretty insightful stuff that I've wanted to give power too :)
Alrighty :) Thanks for the answer!

Nathan Verrill said:
That would be cool! We don't have the capability to add this at this time. A workaround would be to encourage the comment poster to write a blog post about the comment / issue / idea / whatever, and then power vote that blog post.

Jen Shaffer said:
Could I give you points for this? It was something that just struck me as well.

Crystal Bellar said:
Will there be a way to give power to comments? I've seen some pretty insightful stuff that I've wanted to give power too :)
Hey,
Evoke is really awesome and I have one question, do I have to make my own blog posts and take it outside of domain www.urgentevoke.com to get mission completed or can I do only stuff that are on this domain (www.urgentevoke.com) to get it completed?
Thanks,
Marko

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