Hey guys. Question.
Unless I'm incorrect I remember seeing an Accolade listed for obtaining 50,000 views. I've surpassed this level for over a few weeks now, and made consecutive payment as normal.
Yet I don't see this posted to my profile. I'm over that cap. Does anyone know when I may see the change reflected on the profile page?
Probably just subject to some further processing time I'd assume.
100,000 is when you get your next one as far as I know.
by Angie Jardine5 years ago
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