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Why is my pocket query always says 0 results

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Hello everyone. I recently upgraded to a premium membership. I am attempting to create a pocket query so I can download multiple caches onto my gps. Every time I run the pq I come up with 0 results. I know for a fact that there are caches in the area with the criteria that I am selecting because I see them on this site and on my Iphone app. Please let me know if I am doing something wrong so that I can correct it. Thank you

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Hello everyone. I recently upgraded to a premium membership. I am attempting to create a pocket query so I can download multiple caches onto my gps. Every time I run the pq I come up with 0 results. I know for a fact that there are caches in the area with the criteria that I am selecting because I see them on this site and on my Iphone app. Please let me know if I am doing something wrong so that I can correct it. Thank you

This is mostly a Peer to Peer interaction forum. We can not "see" what you are doing wrong, but we can take an educated guess. You are selecting mutually exclusive categories. Like "I haven't found" AND "I have found".

 

Checking NEITHER of those boxes will return ALL caches.

 

Checking "I haven't found" will ONLY return caches you have NOT found.

 

Checking "I have found" will ONLY return cached you HAVE found.

 

Checking BOTH boxes will return ZERO caches.

 

There are also other conflicting check box choices. This is a situation where less really is more.

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Not choosing a date to run is another possibility.

 

That was our error in our first attempt to run a PQ.

 

 

B.

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Not choosing a date to run is another possibility.

But that won't result in zero caches.

 

Take a read here

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You are selecting mutually exclusive categories. Like "I haven't found" AND "I have found".

All you had to do was leave out the Peer to Peer interaction line and the OP would've thought you can see everything B)

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