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Question about "responsiveness"

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Question about "responsiveness"

(a minor frustration)

I have a question about how the "responsiveness" statistic is calculated.

I have responded to -every- request and message that I've received (both for this year, as well as in the past.) I've even gone back and checked to make sure that I've been the last one to reply in each of my conversations. But somehow, I've dropped from 100% to 97% - I realize that it's only a small drop, but it does make a difference, at least to me. 

In the scheme of things, I realize it's not a big deal... but with all the other improvements that have been made, has there been any work on figuring out how to fix this rating? (or am I making a big deal out of nothing and should I just let go of being the overacheiver and the quest to stay at 100%, lol?)

Thanks!

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Check you - Unanswered Requests -

If you've not answered on of these email, then it drops. replty to anything with a short appology message.

If you've delete the email, then your stuck until 12 months have passed.

 

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Oh goodness, thanks! I

Oh goodness, thanks! I thought I'd checked everywhere! there was one sneaky message sitting there that didn't actually 'need' a reply from me, but there it was.

I've replied now, but my rating didn't come back up yet? Does it take a little while for it to catch up? (I actually dont delete out any of my messages, I just tag and archive them) If I can't find it, I guess I'll settle for my 97%...

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Yes it takes a little while

Yes it takes a little while to catch up. Your profile now shows 100% responsiveness. Also, you don't need to be the last to send a message in a particular thread. As long as you respond at least once it counts towards your responsiveness regardless of how many other messages are sent by the other person ...unless they start a brand new thread rather than replying to the existing one.

...Michelle