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Old 2019-08-19, 01:05   #1
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Default Expiration of Manual Assignments

If I look at one of my manual assignments using MyAccount -> Assignments, it says it expires in 11 days.

If I go to Manual Testing -> Extensions it says the same assignment expires in 131 days.

Which page should I believe?
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Old 2019-08-20, 05:27   #2
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If I look at one of my manual assignments using MyAccount -> Assignments, it says it expires in 11 days.

If I go to Manual Testing -> Extensions it says the same assignment expires in 131 days.

Which page should I believe?
I never put any kind of consideration into the expiration time for assignments that were manually extended, so it would be the 131 days in that case. I think.

Not many people (as far as I know) do manual extensions... in general people either finish the assignment in time or they don't (and it expires). Very few care enough to use the assignment extension feature, so I just didn't bother coding for those cases.
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