In my app, I have a leaderboard. Actually, its 4 leaderboards. One for the # of redemptions today, # over the past 7 days, over the past 30 days, and all-time. The data is kept as 4 “rollup” columns. I display them on a single page which includes each list separately (separate list for today’s leaders, leaders over past 7 days, 30 days, etc.).
On the main leaderboard, I really only want to show the top 10 for each list and then the user can click on “See all” to see the full list. The full list should be different for the leaders for redemptions today, over the past 7 days, etc… But what I’m seeing is that all “see all” links go to the same list, so if I set up the list to show the full list of all-time redemptions, then that will also be shown when the “see all” for the daily / 7 day / 30 day list is clicked.
This seems like a bug to me. Is there a way to view “see all” for the separate lists?
This is the leaderboard with the multiple lists
This is the “See All” from the all-time list. You see the first 3 leaders are consistent. Also, that the details field is looking at the “all time” counts.
This is the “See All” from the 30 day list. You see the first 3 leaders are consistent, but the counts are the al-time counts and the details field is looking at the all-time counts. If I change it to the 30 day counts, then the all-time “See All” list is updated with the 30 day counts.