It seems that I have been here 24 months, which usually equals 2 years, but there is still a "1" on that first accolade. Is there a problem with the system in automatically giving me credit for this?
One reason I am concerned is that it is easier for folks to glance at that "1" (which should be a "2") in my accolade than to "register" the 24 months as 2 years. When does the change kick in? It seemed to happen quickly when I reached the "1" - year mark. Any way to hasten the process so that there is a "2" there, now?
Seems like most accolades are automatic...since the level of my activity on the forums is continually updated...and those pink quote marks come and go at the drop of a hat.
Or does this just happen at the end of the month in which you reach that marker?
Trying to be patient...but I love being credited for attaining Longevity at all the endeavors that I keep my commitment to working at. :0)
that's a good question...you should contact the team at hp.
i just had a new accolade of answering questions added in the middle of the month,so I'm not sure that the start date is different.
I'm expecting to have a "3" on my page soon..
Hi Seafarer Mama,
I just looked up your account, and it appears that you haven't been on our site for 2 years quite yet (you have a few more days to go). I can assure you that you'll get your accolade by the end of the month
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