My Spot has been rejected – what now?

If your Spot got rejected, you can correct it within a defined period of time. In order to do this, go to "My Jobs" and click on “Correct Spot” at the bottom of the particular Spot. You can also always look at the results of your Spot at the top right under “Results”. Your correction will then be checked again. Try to avoid rejected Spots by always reading the information and task descriptions very carefully.

General

  1. My StreetPoints are gone! What happened?
  2. Can I use the app offline too?
  3. What is the 12-7-30 rule?
  4. Why do we use Google Play Services?
  5. What are don'ts?
  6. What do I have to be careful of when completing photo-tasks?
  7. How old do I have to be to use Streetspotr?
  8. There are not many Spots in my region - why?
  9. I can’t login on your website!
  10. I didn’t receive my verification mail!
  11. How long does it take to review my Spot?
  12. Can I do Spots with a friend?
  13. Why are Spots I have already finished, still visible on my friend’s map?
  14. I didn’t receive certain Badges!
  15. Do I always have to start over when collecting StreetPoints?
  16. My Spot has been rejected – what now?
  17. How do I get rated?
  18. How can I filter paid and unpaid Spots?
  19. How can I find just a specific type of Spot? There are too many Spots on the map!
  20. I found a bug!
  21. How can I see Spots in other cities?
  22. For some jobs I have to spend money. Why?
  23. My data allowance is used up by Streetspotr way too fast!
  24. I get the message that my connection is too poor to upload my results!
  25. I see Spots on the map with a green zero! What does this mean?
  26. What can I do to prevent my Spots from getting rejected?
  27. What is StreetNews?
  28. What are Badges?
  29. What are StreetPoints?
  30. Why has my Spot been rejected?
  31. Can I pause a Spot and continue it later?
  32. How much time do I have to complete a Spot?
  33. How many Spots can I accept per day?
  34. I can see a Spot on my map, but I can’t accept it. Why not?
  35. What is a Spot?
  36. Where is Streetspotr available?
  37. What do I have to do to become a Streetspotr?
  38. Am I eligible to be a Streetspotr?
  39. Is Streetspotr free to use?
  40. What is Streetspotr?

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