I am pretty (totally) ignorant of many things to do with computers. I can operate them but how they actually do what they do is beyond me.
I would have thought that there would have been a database where contacts are stored and any information that was entered in any of the Upwork reports would have come from that common database. But I don't know.
So, when I see inconsistencies I wonder how they could occur.
Below are 2 screenshots of the same two contracts.
The dates on the contract report are correct.
There are others with similar inconsistencies, these happened to be the latest two and caught my eye.
Probably in the great scheme of things it doesn't matter too much, in this case, apart from when the JSS is calculated in the 6 months, 1 year and 2 year segments. But if something this simple can be so obviously wrong, how much faith can we have in any other figure that Upwork produces and relies on?
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Probably but it is like my ticket which has been open for 2 months because my feedback on one job says "The freelancer has made this comment private" it isn't important enough to fix since they say others are not having the issue, but other's have posted this issue so it is not just one or two freelancers. It makes me look like I have worked since June, which two of my last jobs ended towards the end of July not June.
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