Examples: Monday, today, last week, Mar 26, 3/26/04

Results for the latest OhmHour but not the one the day before it?

DarrenTDarrenT Posts: 8Member

Pretty new to OhmConnect (signed up earlier in the week). My first OhmHour event was 8/31 from 5-6pm, I definitely participated (didn't opt out) and the results show TBD. That's fine, but what I found strange was my second OhmHour was a day later (9/1 5-7pm) and those results just got posted today.

I think I read another thread on here that this sort of thing should be reported when it happens as it could have been a problem processing the data on the OhmConnect side of things. It would technically impact the results of the latest OhmHour that was just reported, because I would have a streak (albeit a small one).

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  • UkiwiSUkiwiS San DiegoPosts: 692Member, Moderator

    @DarrenT Welcome and good job.

    Please search the forum for the answer to this question. Simply creating a new thread clutters the space for other users, making it difficult to find definitive answers to questions the OHMConnect team, moderators, and other community members have already responded to. Thanks!
    Closing discussion now.

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