There are times where sync may seem not to have taken place.
A Sync takes place from device/appl health/google fit > the million steps app
A second sync needs to take place to store the data in "the cloud" servers and then update your progress on your challenge in your phone
This could be for a number of reasons, like a break in wifi signal or moving from one screen to the next too quickly or logging out before a sync is complete
To resolve this > you should in the first instance try this:
> Shut down the Million Steps app completely so it's not running in the background
> Shut down and re-start/reboot your phone
> Relaunch the Million Steps App
> Allow it to do a full natural sync at this main dashboard. Note: if it is taking longer than a few mins, then please proceed to the next steps)
> Now click on the three horizontal lines at the top left corner
> Click Settings
> Allow for a few moments for the system to identify the various settings
> At the top half, there should be a section which says "Last Synced" > This tells you when full sync has taken place and will tell you if a sync has taken place "a few seconds ago"
> Now click on the three horizontal lines at the top left corner again
> Click on Dashboard
> Repeat the above process again
> And when you reach settings, please check what it says at "Last synched"
This resolves most common issues with full server syncs
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