I don't see myself in the list of recent problem solvers

Is this a bug or is it intentional? Suppose three people (including myself) have solved a particular problem. Then I can see "3 solved" written below the problem but it shows only two recent solvers (which excludes me). Can this be fixed?

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This is intentional. In addition to this, the staff don't appear in the list of problem solvers. If there was a search bar, I could provide my sources but unfortunately I can't.

Not related to this discussion, but if you say there is a very big difference between very very difficult and impossible, you should come check out the two problems that I just posted. I think they fall somewhere in the impossible. ;)

Sure! https://brilliant.org/community-problem/good-ol-algebra/?group=daMxd7nBgTOP and https://brilliant.org/community-problem/is-there-even-a-way-to-solve-this/?group=370O3v3MAfIO

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TopNewestSnehal Sir, I have also experienced this.

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This is intentional. In addition to this, the staff don't appear in the list of problem solvers. If there was a search bar, I could provide my sources but unfortunately I can't.

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Not related to this discussion, but if you say there is a very big difference between very very difficult and impossible, you should come check out the two problems that I just posted. I think they fall somewhere in the impossible. ;)

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:) Can you give me the links?

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Sure! https://brilliant.org/community-problem/good-ol-algebra/?group=daMxd7nBgTOP and https://brilliant.org/community-problem/is-there-even-a-way-to-solve-this/?group=370O3v3MAfIO

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