Never use "tomorrow" in a global announcement

woodstockwoodstock Member Posts: 200
@Teeceezy

In both your announcements on Twitter and Facebook, it states that the weekend event starts "tomorrow". For one half of the world this is Thursday, and for the other half this is Friday. So please never use the word "tomorrow".
blynknz

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  • masmith93masmith93 Member Posts: 3,524
    You're missing a 'u' in annoncement.
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  • woodstockwoodstock Member Posts: 200
    @masmith93 Thanks. As a non-native english speaker I am happy if this was the only typo. :smile:
    masmith93blynknz
  • woodstockwoodstock Member Posts: 200
    No event yet. The announcement was Wednesday evening in U.S. (about 6:30pm EDT) and most people there expect the event to start on Thursday. Good job NG, you know how to disappoint your customers.
    Invader
  • InvaderInvader Member Posts: 2,066
    Europe? Never heard of her :wink:
  • woodstockwoodstock Member Posts: 200
    Quite nice. I think the biggest hit was "The final countdown" :smile:
    Invadereetu
  • LamsirLamsir Member Posts: 57
    Totally agreed. Im in Spain and always confused about the schedule.
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