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Flowreader doesn't update

Mannheimer Morgen 7 лет назад обновлен Elle Sidell (Community Manager ) 7 лет назад 0
Flowreader does not update constantly - only by logout and sign in, new content will appear? Any suggestions, what to do?

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Hi Mannheimer,
I'm sorry to hear you're having issues, and I'll do my best to help you figure out what the problem is. I've passed on your report to the team for them to check out to make sure it's not a bug.

In the meantime, have you tried the manual refresh button? It's located at the top of the page to the left of the "New Status" button. This should refresh your feeds when you are signed in. 

Please let me know :) You can also email me directly if you'd like: elle@wikidi.com 

Thanks for your patience and hope this helps! 

~Elle

UPDATE: This issue has been resolved. 
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Hi Mannheimer,
I'm sorry to hear you're having issues, and I'll do my best to help you figure out what the problem is. I've passed on your report to the team for them to check out to make sure it's not a bug.

In the meantime, have you tried the manual refresh button? It's located at the top of the page to the left of the "New Status" button. This should refresh your feeds when you are signed in. 

Please let me know :) You can also email me directly if you'd like: elle@wikidi.com 

Thanks for your patience and hope this helps! 

~Elle
Ответ
Исправлен
Hi Mannheimer,
I'm sorry to hear you're having issues, and I'll do my best to help you figure out what the problem is. I've passed on your report to the team for them to check out to make sure it's not a bug.

In the meantime, have you tried the manual refresh button? It's located at the top of the page to the left of the "New Status" button. This should refresh your feeds when you are signed in. 

Please let me know :) You can also email me directly if you'd like: elle@wikidi.com 

Thanks for your patience and hope this helps! 

~Elle

UPDATE: This issue has been resolved. 

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