MyLot - what's up with the Hot Discussions list?
April 18, 2017 9:38am CST
I always check the Hot Discussions list and I did so a few minutes ago. I have always been under the impression you only stay on that list 24 hours. I see there is a post that has been there since April 16th. While math isn't my strong suit, I know that from 4/16 to day is more than 24 hour. Is this a glitch or have the parameters changed? Maybe @GoAskAlice can help with this? Photo from Pixabay
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• Worcester, England
A discussion can go to the top of the hot list no matter when it was posted. All it needs to do is pick up a lot of responses in a 24 hour period. If we all jumped on a 2 year old discussion we could make that go hot too. So basically it is responses in a 24 hour period but it doesn't have to have been posted in the last 24 hours.
• United States
I can see that your question was already answered, but just to make it official, a discussion is considered "hot" as long as it is currently receiving a certain amount of activity (though I don't know exactly what level of activity is required)
• Abuja, Nigeria
@goaskalex_admin my name is christian, I have a little challenge and I need your assistance to overcome it. it's about not being able to receive payments via PayPal, and therefore not being able to receive payments from myLot. this is because PayPal does not fully grant PayPal privileges to my country. So, I want to know if I could use the PayPal account of a mylotter from a country with full PayPal privileges. that would ultimately mean that my myLot account and the person's myLot account would be using the same PayPal account. the person would have the option to send me the equivalent with neteller or bitcoin, please respond, thanks.
• United Kingdom
This is a direct quote from admin from months ago: Top Rated discussions are those that have received the most likes in the last 24 hours. Hot discussions are those that have received the most responses within the last 24 hours, regardless of when they were posted.