Moderation usually takes 24 hours but can in some situations take up to 72 hours. There may be slightly longer wait times over weekends and during national holidays.
If your question is not answered on this page you can contact the support team via the Help button from within the app.
Responses can take up to 48 hours.
You can delete your Family account via the Security and Log In section within your app profile.
Click Edit profile to access your profile page and then you will be able to update your profile picture.
The amount of points you have are shown next to your name.
At the top of your profile you can see a progression bar. Sitting just above this is the amount of points you need to level up!
At the bottom of the Tasks page, you can view the tasks you have already completed.
This means that your task was rejected. You can see the possible reasons for this under rejected submissions.
This means that this is a repeatable task. You will be able to complete this same task more than once. The amount of times you can complete a specific task may vary (for example once per week), and this information will be in the task.
Hashtags are not case-sensitive but they do need to be spelt correctly for us to identify your social media posts.
We recommend using the Copy button provided with task instructions to ensure hashtags are formatted and spelt correctly.
From the main menu click Rewards to view your rewards. You can also see the rewards you have received from leveling up!
There are a few reasons as to why one of your tasks may be rejected. Tasks will be rejected if:
There are a few reasons why your Instagram post may say it cannot be recognised:
There will be a set number of times that a repeatable task can be completed. You will be able to find this information within the task.
If you were ever considering creating an Instagram account, now feels like the right time! As many tasks are based on certain social media platforms, we do require you to have an account for that platform in order to participate.
It does not count as posting on Facebook. Posting on Facebook requires you to create your own content and post that on Facebook, making sure to include any required hashtags or tags.
If you were ever considering creating a Facebook profile, now feels like the right time! As many tasks are based around certain social media accounts, it does require you to have that form of social media in order to participate.