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Has anyone else noted the interesting behavior of PYMK, with respect to invitations to connect?

I hadn't seen it discussed before, but I'm assuming this is known to some people. I didn't see prior discussion of this here (but I didn't try to hard, either, so may have missed it).

Was curious if anyone knew if PYMK invites were counted toward total invites you are able to send?

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Yes, they should be counted, in theory. It seems there might be bugs though counting some kinds of those invites, such as  inviting your alumni. I haven't explored it in detail.

Ah, too bad.

Alumni connections use the same method as regular connections, so I would expect the same behavior to occur!

But since the PYMK invite behavior operates differently, thought it was worth asking.


Irina Shamaeva said:

Yes, they should be counted, in theory. It seems there might be bugs though counting some kinds of those invites, such as  inviting your alumni. I haven't explored it in detail.

About the same behavior: ever heard of Object-Oriented programming? If developers do it properly, it is guaranteed to be the same behavior. If not...

Dave Galley said:

Ah, too bad.

Alumni connections use the same method as regular connections, so I would expect the same behavior to occur!

But since the PYMK invite behavior operates differently, thought it was worth asking.


Irina Shamaeva said:

Yes, they should be counted, in theory. It seems there might be bugs though counting some kinds of those invites, such as  inviting your alumni. I haven't explored it in detail.

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