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Post dates should reflect the actual date, and not be thousands of years in the future.
The user created a post on the app that's being dated 9201. When they try to resolve this the app crashes
(Image link: https://cld.wthms.co/6C0LCY )
Steps to reproduce the behavior
We're not sure yet. Trying to see if it's just one post or many
Reported on Android, WPAndroid v13.5
Thank you so much for the report @sarahfg!
Hmm, unfortunately I don't think it will. The mentioned PR changes just a timezone, but it doesn't change the actual date/year. My first guess would be it's an api issue or the time on the server where the site is hosted isn't set correctly (if it's a self-hosted site).
It'd be great if we could gather more info from the user
Additional details from user:
• I was modifying it on the 19 Aug, I'm not 100% sure if I created it that day or previously (sorry)
• I was just using this device the whole time. I did have to uninstall and reinstall the app because it had stopped syncing successfully, but the conflict happened after everything got resynced successfully.
• just tried it, and resolving the conflict worked for the first time (sigh!). Not sure if the app update fixed this (now on 13.6), or because I loaded the post in my web browser to see if I could check the date in order to answer (1)... I didn't hit save or anything, but wonder whether an auto-save 'fixed' the data?