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Is anyone else having issues with Badge, randomly showing "<user> last edited this file 420 years ago".
it seems to affect both mac and windows users and appears to be random- in that we can't link it to a prticular folder/file or user.
Dropbox said they were investigating but have not come back with any explanation.
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Did you ever get this resolved? I am having the same issue. Driving me nuts. @martychaos
We have been trying to get you guys to resolve this issue for well over a year now.
This is the response I got from your team today.
The team has advised me that a resolution for this issue may come at a later date, however, the team doesn't have an exact ETA at this stage.If you have any questions, please let me know.
This is affecting our ability to run our business with effective data and communication between our team members.
I am having the same issue, where one of my user's file changes are being dated 420 years ago. Dropbox, please fix this issue!
still no fix, issue still appearing occasionally and as far as I know- no one is changing their file/folder dates to 1601.
I still can not find a replicable cause either.
Hey @dropboxsupport how about addressing this?
Same issue here. This is 2022 and we have virtual reality and AI technology but we haven't mastered how dates are used in computers....sad.
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