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    #16
    Redline
    and probably not the way they should be used, but that's another matter).
    I understand it now. I have read the ,,Terms od Use,, too, which Darebee has . I have not found anything regarding this.
    However! When I clicked yesterday on the Link Harley_quinn left instead of her ,,check in thread,, a lot of new windows suddenly appeared and it forced to agree with some stuff etc.
    I am not an profi IT myself, but I can recognize when something wrong is happening ,for sure. I had to switch off my phone and restart and do the antivirus control.
    I will be very aware to use that link again
    Thank you for your answer too.

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      #17
      Miss_Dada I'm not sure how her site behaves on mobile, but when I clicked today (being a bit suspicious because of the URL-shortener) I was sent to a personal google-page that was a bit sparse in information and (at least on my system) quite tame (aside from a blocked pop-up that only send me to a google log-in screen). Maybe you want to consider using an ad-blocker on your phone in addition to another browser (depending on which one you use). I'm not knowledgeable when it comes to mobile phones, but these days, an ad-blocker should be mandatory when browsing the net and as far as I know, they're also available for mobile browser (Chromium-based ones could be an exception, though).

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        #18
        Thank you for your interest Nihopaloa .
        I have been using ,,AdBlock for Samsung internet,, since I've my phone. It's protected quite well I guess,as I've never had any problems with it before. Also browsing security is on a higher level.
        Automatic controls run every 12 hours for whole system
        Just yesterday after that restart my Darebee datas about training got lost( ticks of the days which I finished in Programs I am currently doing) but thanks God I all write it down and print it too so was able to re-write it.

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          #19
          Miss_Dada Hello. When you click on my Check-In link on my Darebee profile page, it will take you to the site that I created for myself. I created a website to hold all of the links I use on a consistent basis. However, I created that site for my own personal use and I kind of stylized it to make it more fun for me. I'm not sure why you would click on my Check-In link, though.

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            #20
            Redline Hello. I assume that you're a moderator, so I will address this thread to you so that you understand.Since Miss_Dada was freaking out about MY PERSONAL WEBSITE, I would like to explain to you about what I'm doing regarding the link. The website that you probably saw contains many different links that I use on a consistent basis. This also includes the actual check-in link (MapMyFitness). I do tend to be a bit more creative when arranging website applications. In addition, I also like to design websites that are visually engaging to ME. I didn't create it for anybody else. I'm not sure that what I'm doing is against Darebee rules. I can't see why it would be, but if it is, please tell me so I can fix it. Thank you for your help and I love this site.

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              #21
              I think the "issue"here, HarleyQuinn probably is that it's more common to put a link to one's check-in thread here in the Hive (in the Check-In board) instead of a link to a personal website. Personally, I like clicking on the link to check up on other Bees, how they're doing and to support them in their respective check-in thread (which are often created exactly for that reason: to hold oneself accountable, to get supported by others, or just to have a personal space on the site to chat with other members). It's a quick link to get in touch with specific members, if someone wants to. I guess linking to a personal website is pretty uncommon and thus unexpected.
              Going from this, it's not really weird for someone to click on the check-in link

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                #22
                HarleyQuinn Darebee is a community where we support each other, we are nice to each other, no matter who you are or who you come from. I love this place and it's going to be one year soon! Here is the rules why someone can make ,,Check in Thread,, : https://darebee.com/hive/start-a-log

                To argue with someone here is the last thing I wish in my life
                Piece!

                ​​​​​​​ Nihopaloa Thanks 🌷🌷🌷a lot for your support on this 🌷🌷🌷

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                  #23
                  Hey HarleyQuinn !
                  As a moderator, I basically agree with everything Nihopaloa said in her latest post. There's nothing really wrong with you using your personal website in your check-in link. We all agree you didn't do it to mislead or spam people. It's just not common practice here, and yes, people will often click on the link to learn more about you. I can't see anything wrong with that either.

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                    #24
                    Miss_Dada Honestly, I don't see anything that I have said to you that can be misconstrued as being "not nice". My irritation in the way it was handled was that you were making a HUGE deal out of nothing. If I choose to link my own personal website, then as long as I'm not hurting anybody and I'm not breaking the rules I think it should be OK. I don't mind if you look at my check-in link. I understand that it's public and easily viewed. However, I sometimes do things differently than other people. My check-in link is one of the links listed in my website (among others). And as a note to everybody else, I don't have a problem with anyone looking at my site. I truly appreciate the support and positivity that I have received, as well as the positivity that I see you all give to others. I want to get along with others and I do apologize if I have offended anybody, including Miss_Dada. I will not comment on this any further as I see that we have a common understanding of the situation. In any case, I wish everybody a fun and healthy journey into the year 2020. Good luck in your respective fitness goals. Let's be positive and happy as we all have been.

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                      #25
                      Redline Thank you. This was just a misunderstanding. I love the support and positivity of this community and I truly do appreciate your understanding. I look forward to seeing everyone achieve their fitness and life goals, which serves to inspire me to do the same. Happy year 2020!

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                        #26
                        HarleyQuinn everything is OK! Good luck on your Fitness journey!

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                          #27
                          @Lady_Dada Thank you and same to you! I wish you luck on your fitness journey.

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