People!!! Stop giving the app poor reviews because you don't know what you are doing. It took me a couple seconds to figure out how to enter your birth date. All you have to do is click on the the current year and it lets you select your birth year. Some of you said you clicked on the months arrow hundreds of times to go back to your birth year. The app works as designed and allows me to stop carrying my membership card with me.
On my galaxy android device, downloaded the new app. tried to register and got the pop up calendar to enter my birthday. I was born in 1965, so based on the procedure to enter my birthday, I have to scroll back from today's date clear back, month by month on the calendar, back to 1965? You should give the user the opportunity to manually enter the date, giving them the the suggested format to enter the birthdate. Will register when you make this fix. Update: Got contacted to assist in registering.
Birthdate Currently on my droid I have to scroll back, by month, to 1987. Feel bad for the 1958 people. Fix it, then maybe I'll log in.
Problems registering I downloaded and registered yesterday and then got a notification from the app this morning that I needed to renew my membership. I am a lifetime member. I tried to uninstall and reinstall the app but now I keep getting a verification error after I enter my bday.
Who thought this was a good idea After the app correctly identified me as a graduate in the correct class, I spent 7 minutes clicking through a calendar an actual, no kidding, 588 individual times to enter my birth date. I hit the button... it said "verification failed". I thought, OK, well I can at least read the magazine... nope... maybe this button will... nope. Annnnnd I'm done. Uninstalled. Just hope it wasn't a K-State grad that came up with that procedure.
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