Hi all –
In my app, on “epm-thai”, I have turned on the feature called “auto update
Then, about 8 days ago, I pressed “star” on a new version of the app, so of
course I was hoping that I would see the new app version being used by more
and more people every day.
When I look at the attached “application status” report, I have indeed seen
the new version appearing throughout the week… but in the last 2 days it
has stopped increasing, and I am still seeing people with the old version
of the app appearing in the recent users list.
I guess probably the app is propagating out into use logically, and it just
takes time. But I wanted to ask you anyway…
– I have seen zero increases in people using the new version in the last
48 hours. The numbers using the new one have stayed totally the same. But I
will admit, usage has slowed down because of the holiday season.
– See the attached screenshot of my application status report.
– I see plenty of people using 1171, which is the newest version I
– but in the list I see that, 1 day ago, 3 days ago, etc… inside the
period since my update (about 8 days ago), I still see people logging in
with 942. That is the older version I hope that they will graduate
beyond. Note, 942 did indeed have “auto update frequency: weekly”
*-- Maybe it is just that, when these users came in 1 or 3 days ago, their
app had still not yet hit its cycle to do the new “app check” again? Or
they were doing work WHILE their app was checking and downloading the new
version in the background? And then the NEXT time they log in, it will
update that person to 1171? *
... I guess if I see that one of those users logs in *two separate
times* after one full week has passed after that date I starred my new
version, then I will be able to say that that person should definitely show
the new updated version, is that right? *
Any other tips for me on why this might be appearing to go a bit slowly?
Maybe I am just being impatient. Let me know if my question above is on the