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Tip: Between ‘date published’ and ‘date last edited’, choose ‘date published’ for articles. For wiki-like entries ‘date last edited’ must be used.

so wrong date and time chosen i know you used the date present in meta but

here is the same issue admin sees This rule has more weight in current case.

but guess what here is the similar but admin sees another thing

so i think either all of them use same rule or all not
do you agree with me Andrei?

Thanks Admins
Andrew A.
> choose ‘date published’ for articles
Huh? That's exactly what I use:
<meta property="article:published_time" content="2018-10-17T23:26:30+00:00" />

If you are confused that the date on the page and my date are different (17 Oct and 18 Oct)—they aren't in conflict. The date I use is just the same as the date you see on the page, but UTC-adjusted (Oct 17 23:26 UTC is Oct 18 in local time).

The rules are clear about that: "The IV editor‘s ’Preview‘ section will always show the date/time in UTC format, while the ’Original' section may use a different time zone. It is possible for a perfect template to display a date/time that looks different than the original."

Declined issue like this:
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Type of issue
IV page is missing essential content
May 3, 2019