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I have not even looked at the rewards much since being so turned off before the September end date and the new rewards program began. Looking at it today and spending too much time on it, 30 minute podcasts to win points, long videos, etc. and then see rewards as mostly sweepstakes entries or use them to load a song? Give me a break, it seems like they think I have nothing to do with my time, and it was not fun for me. Can't say when I might be back, not this year any more.

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BETA TESTING TAKES HOW LONG?

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Hello Community Warriors,

I think that the AARP Rewards program should have been ready for release without testing on 9/25 due to all the hype about how much better it would be.  We have worked as testers for the program for (12) weeks on Christmas day. 

 

Is anyone curious how long this is going to last?

 

Generally speaking, beta cycles run for at least 4–6 weeks. Beta cycles that are shorter tend to see little benefit unless they have a very efficient process and a narrow testing scope. The average beta cycle duration is around 10–12 weeks, with quite a few that run for 16–18 weeks.
How long should Beta Testing take for most products? - Quora
https://www.quora.com › How-long-should-Beta-Testing-take-for-most-prod...

 

@sandy, @AARPMarilynC , @AARPBriana , @AARPCarlaS & @AARPTeri is the testing about to end and when will the program go live?

 

Have a Blessed Day,

@mi4090 

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