Old guidelines page still exists
Thread poster: Samuel Murray

Samuel Murray  Identity Verified
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Nov 14, 2016


On my profile page it says that I had endorsed version 1.2, but I'm also asked to consider endorsing the latest version. The link to this "latest" version is http://www.proz.com/?sp=info/index&sssp=guidelines, which is actually version 1.1.


When I visit that page, it tells me that this is the existing version and that I had endorsed a "previous" version, even though I didn't. When I click the button to endorse the "current" (1.1) version, as a test, I'm told that it was successful, but my profile page still says that I had endorsed version 1.2.




Maria Kopnitsky  Identity Verified
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Thanks, Samuel Nov 18, 2016

Hello Samuel,

Thanks for reporting this. Those who have already endorsed the latest version of the professional guidelines will no longer see that prompt in their profiles. Those who have not yet endorsed version 1.2 will be encouraged to do so (instead of linking to the 1.1 version).

Thanks again, and please let me know if I can help with anything else.

Best regards,



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