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Automated Turn Reminder
#1
Would it be better to have the automated turn reminder email you 18 hours before the turn is due instead of the 12 (or 10) hours where it is currently set?

Getting a reminder at 2am Eastern for a turn due in 10 hours is less helpful than getting it at a time when you are sure to see it the night before.

We're all big boys so we shouldn't have to rely on a turn reminder but for those of us in a lot of games it can be a good fail-safe.  If we're going to have the turn reminder in place might as well send it in time for it to be helpful. My $.02
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#2
I wouldn't mind 18 hours, but the 12 hour reminder does remind me when I wake up with plenty of time to submit by Noon. Of course, I work from home and usually have some free time in the mornings.
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#3
For the west coast we get a reminder at 11pm to turn it in by 9am. I think even 12hour would be better but 18 likely best.
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(05-09-2015, 07:50 PM)UJumpingfist Wrote: For the west coast we get a reminder at 11pm to turn it in by 9am.   I think even 12hour would be better but 18 likely best.

I can see how that would be an issue. I would welcome an 18 hour reminder. 
 Lord Diamond

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