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Activity stream dried up?

When I logged on for the first time I already had stuff in my activity stream from (among others) Steve Rumsby and Lars Hvam. When I just looked again (say fifteen minutes later): nothing there, totally empty. Eventual consistency at work?

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    Oct 09, 2016 at 06:00 PM

    The activity stream should show all the latest activities of the members, content and tags you follow. No reason but a bug/error that it would show empty on your side.

    Please try to (shift/)reload the app. You might see an issue with loosing the session.

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  • Oct 10, 2016 at 12:43 AM

    I noticed similar quirks earlier today and just observed a 9.6 second load time. I also noticed things appearing in my Activities feed that do not seem relevant for me. User activities - people following tags whom I don't know, etc.

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    • I know there were requests for additional filtering and configuration, but in this case I noticed some of the same blank screen behavior mentioned by Fred, and then in my further exploration I followed the Using SAP.com tag, and when visiting my activities feed I noticed user activities from people that I am not following, but unfortunately I did not take a screen capture :( Perhaps the blank list and the list with unexpected items, perhaps there is a similar issue related to user ID or login credentials?

  • Oct 10, 2016 at 09:06 AM

    OK, thanks all. It shows stuff again right now, might have been a temporary hiccup. Let's close this thread...

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    • It is not solved - I noticed it a few minutes ago and captured an http 500 internal server error message on the XMLHttpRequest call that assumedly was intended to populate the view. Both the Notifications and Activities column headers were doing the same thing.