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Hi Karen - This should be fixed now. Sorry for the delay & the inconvenience. Cheers - Nathan

Karen L. said:
I am having a major problem with my Evoke acct. My blogs are stuck.

When I'm logged in, my 7 blogs oshow words, no Share function or power up buttons function.

When I'm logged out, I check my own blogs to see how it is, it says I have (7) blogs but does not show I have any at all.

Pls help! Thank you!
Hey Andre - Sorry it took awhile, but this issue should now be fixed & you should be able to log evidence. Sorry for the delay, and thanks for helping other people along the way. Cheers - Nathan

André Boeing said:
Hi Karen

Nathan is out for the weekend and will be back on Monday. Don´t know if there is a "weekend shift" of the core team.

My guess is that you experience problems because of the special character in your name: in your case: the dot in "Karen L." - I have problems related to my "é" in André. Nathan and his crew are working on it.

What puzzles me is, that your problems are Ning platform related (the Blogs) while the bug usually occurs on the Game application written by Nathan and his Crew. Let´s see what he can make of it.

kind regards from Germany
your fellow Agent André
Hi Nathan Andre, and Nathan L. Verrill,

Thanks for your replies. Blogs still stuck. The ones I did before March 20th. Thank you trying though.

Karen
I posted a video that is not related to any missions and so I didn't label it as evidence. However, when I got a notification that someone had commented, I couldn't see the comment. Must I label posts to be able to see the comments?
No you do not have to label evidence to see the comments. Can you send me the link to the video? I'll have a look.

Ezra Ho said:
I posted a video that is not related to any missions and so I didn't label it as evidence. However, when I got a notification that someone had commented, I couldn't see the comment. Must I label posts to be able to see the comments?
This is the video link
http://www.urgentevoke.com/video/kevin-bales-how-to-combat

Nathan L Verrill said:
No you do not have to label evidence to see the comments. Can you send me the link to the video? I'll have a look.

Ezra Ho said:
I posted a video that is not related to any missions and so I didn't label it as evidence. However, when I got a notification that someone had commented, I couldn't see the comment. Must I label posts to be able to see the comments?
Getting credit is too slow...I know you take the time to review things manually, but one of McGonigal's key points about gaming is the immediacy of the feedback you're given.

Right now Evoke is operating in a flawed state. If I post on April 1 regarding a mission, then surely I should have positive or negative feedback by Sunday the 4th.
If you mean getting credit for posts, the credit should be immediate. However, feedback from people depends on when they see your post; if you promote your post or other people find it, it'll get more feedback sooner.

Tim said:
Getting credit is too slow...I know you take the time to review things manually, but one of McGonigal's key points about gaming is the immediacy of the feedback you're given.

Right now Evoke is operating in a flawed state. If I post on April 1 regarding a mission, then surely I should have positive or negative feedback by Sunday the 4th.
I've accepted several missions. Post personal blogs about them. Looged them as evidence and...nothing.

Nathaniel Fruchter said:
If you mean getting credit for posts, the credit should be immediate. However, feedback from people depends on when they see your post; if you promote your post or other people find it, it'll get more feedback sooner.

Tim said:
Getting credit is too slow...I know you take the time to review things manually, but one of McGonigal's key points about gaming is the immediacy of the feedback you're given.

Right now Evoke is operating in a flawed state. If I post on April 1 regarding a mission, then surely I should have positive or negative feedback by Sunday the 4th.
Hi Tim - Everything should be immediate, but clearly there is a bug in the system. We'll investigate and get back to you. Apologies - Nathan

Tim said:
I've accepted several missions. Post personal blogs about them. Looged them as evidence and...nothing.

Nathaniel Fruchter said:
If you mean getting credit for posts, the credit should be immediate. However, feedback from people depends on when they see your post; if you promote your post or other people find it, it'll get more feedback sooner.

Tim said:
Getting credit is too slow...I know you take the time to review things manually, but one of McGonigal's key points about gaming is the immediacy of the feedback you're given.

Right now Evoke is operating in a flawed state. If I post on April 1 regarding a mission, then surely I should have positive or negative feedback by Sunday the 4th.
I just wrote a long essay for Quest 2, Motivation.

Imprudently I did not save it to a master file. Lesson learned.

Now it's gone. When I went to read it on the profile page, I see that it has been truncated! My first paragraph or so was intact, but it just cut off leaving 80% missing.

Is there a space limitation? If so, it certainly doesn't indicate that and

"YOU ARE FIRED UP – FULL OF ENERGY AND PURPOSE. WHY? WHERE ARE YOU GOING TODAY? WHAT ARE YOU DOING? WHO WILL YOU SEE? WHAT ARE YOU FEELING? USE YOUR IMAGINATION -- AND DESCRIBE IN AS MUCH DETAIL AS POSSIBLE THE DAY YOU ARE ABOUT TO HAVE"

seems to encourage a well thought, thorough answer.

I will have to write it again of course... my fault for not saving it elsewhere. But I need to know if this is a technical issue/mistake, or if there is an unspoken letter cap? Thanks for your efforts and attention.
How long was your post? Ning probably has a post size limit, but it's (most likely) rather high.

Joshua Z said:
I just wrote a long essay for Quest 2, Motivation.

Imprudently I did not save it to a master file. Lesson learned.

Now it's gone. When I went to read it on the profile page, I see that it has been truncated! My first paragraph or so was intact, but it just cut off leaving 80% missing.

Is there a space limitation? If so, it certainly doesn't indicate that and

"YOU ARE FIRED UP – FULL OF ENERGY AND PURPOSE. WHY? WHERE ARE YOU GOING TODAY? WHAT ARE YOU DOING? WHO WILL YOU SEE? WHAT ARE YOU FEELING? USE YOUR IMAGINATION -- AND DESCRIBE IN AS MUCH DETAIL AS POSSIBLE THE DAY YOU ARE ABOUT TO HAVE"

seems to encourage a well thought, thorough answer.

I will have to write it again of course... my fault for not saving it elsewhere. But I need to know if this is a technical issue/mistake, or if there is an unspoken letter cap? Thanks for your efforts and attention.

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