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Hi

Tip: Between ‘date published’ and ‘date last edited’, choose ‘date published’ for articles. For wiki-like entries ‘date last edited’ must be used.
https://instantview.telegram.org/checklist#6-1-2-date-and-time

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.
https://instantview.telegram.org/contest/indianexpress.com/template89/issue3/

but guess what here is the similar but admin sees another thing
https://instantview.telegram.org/contest/afaqs.com/template39/issue3/

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: https://instantview.telegram.org/contest/ausdroid.net/template35/issue2/.
Declined by admin
Type of issue
IV page is missing essential content
Reported
May 3, 2019 at 5:45 PM