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?

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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