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English Grammar

The data display footer titled “LAST UPDATE:” refers to data collected and posted in the past, however using the word “in” before the period of time from the last update implies to the reader that data might be expected at future time.

A change might be to drop the prefix “in” and append the suffix “ago”. A more grammatically correct example update footer might read: “LAST UPDATE: 4 minutes ago”.

Hi @DrPete,

I see the same thing. It should either read: “LAST UPDATE: A FEW SECONDS AGO” or “NEXT UPDATE: IN A FEW SECONDS”

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Hi @DrPete and @rohwer, thank you for your grammar tips. We will change that ASAP. Best. :slight_smile: