Hi, "What's the best profession for me?" - the wild card is events planner and there's a link. The link takes you a page that doesn't exist anymore.
i like this lots. thanks :-)
Posted at: 11:28PM on March 29, 2009. [ permalink ]
Thanks Ariadna! I fixed it. If you go to actions -> edit result on the events planner page, you can actually edit it yourself in the future. It's all user-generated like wikipedia.
Posted at: 11:35PM on March 29, 2009. [ permalink ]
Trying to figure this stuff out...up with a bunch I don't like...I go to 'fix' and notice that it shows that I chose "T-mobile" as my carrier...but I was never asked that question. Please advise.
Posted at: 12:08AM on March 30, 2009. [ permalink ]
I'm wondering whether the invite system has a problem with gmail. I've made 4 invitations 2 of which worked fine (non-gmail) and 2 which didn't (gmail).
Posted at: 3:58AM on March 30, 2009. [ permalink ]
HI Tex, the Fix Hunch page shows what Hunch thinks about the result you are looking at, not how you answered. Does that make sense?
Which topic were you playing? Cell phones? it should have asked you which carrier... hmmm.. sounds like a bug if it didn't.
Posted at: 3:59AM on March 30, 2009. [ permalink ]
That's odd. Most of our invitees have come through gmail actually. Did you have the invitees check their spam folder?
Thanks for evangelizing by the way!
Posted at: 4:01AM on March 30, 2009. [ permalink ]
I just successfully sent an invite in gmail. I'll keep an eye on this though.
Posted at: 4:09AM on March 30, 2009. [ permalink ]
The problem is not only the person not receiving the invite but the gmail invites also aren't showing up in my list of sent invites.
Posted at: 4:12AM on March 30, 2009. [ permalink ]
I see. That probably means the invitation never got sent. I actually had the same problem once but it turned out I didn't push "send invitation" on the final screen. Possible?
Posted at: 4:15AM on March 30, 2009. [ permalink ]
Yeah, I think that final screen is a little confusing. Feels like it was already sent at that point.
Posted at: 4:18AM on March 30, 2009. [ permalink ]