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Instant discovery daily limits?
Marcelo Pinheiro
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I noticed that I am only able to add one instant discovery per day.

I can see that there are several instant discoveries available to me but I get the following message after I add one instant discovery and then access the instant discovery page again:

We're processing more Discoveries for you.Please check again tomorrow. In the meantime, you can explore your list of matches. ""  

Has anybody else noticed this?

tks,

Marcelo 

Marcelo Pinheiro
Brazil
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RE: Instant discovery daily limits?
Jodi Ryder
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This is very frustrating, this program is horrible.  If I was on a month to month I'd dump it and go back to ancestry. 
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RE: Instant discovery daily limits?
Baba
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Hi Marcelo,

It is like it is Cool

Take a look in the help center for more infos about Instant discoveries.

Best regards

Remo

Baba
Ittigen, BE
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RE: Instant discovery daily limits? [2]
Marcelo Pinheiro
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Really?

That's bad. 

Marcelo Pinheiro
Brazil
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RE: Instant discovery daily limits? [3]
Baba
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Hi Marcelo,

Feel free to send an email to the support at support@myheritage.com and explain Your dissatisfaction.

They are open for constructive critism and ideas, for sure.

Best regards

Remo

Baba
Ittigen, BE
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RE: Instant discovery daily limits? [4]
Cameron Allanson
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Thanks Guys,

 

I also think this is a bit frustrating.  I will take the advice and email a suggestion for improvement.  I understand the need to recalculate as the tree has changed but it will be a lot of waiting to add the 25 discoveries banked up, many of which are photos (no recalculation is required).

Thanks

Cam 

Cameron Allanson
Australia
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RE: Instant discovery daily limits? [5]
martin smith
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My opinion - this is a marketing ploy. I believe they are very well able to recheck the remaining instant discoveries  in the list immediately once they have added one,  but that wouldn't keep you subscribing now, would it? The idea is to keep your enthusiasm going so you come back every day and your tree isn't finished before your subscription renews.
martin smith
Great Britain
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