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I claimed myself as a L13 #Ingress agent
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Ingress in 2017. Where zendesk boasts about niantic's ticket-solving rate, and real players are ignored.

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Go home ingress you are drunk
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Hack'em all 
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This has been a long time coming.

A bit too long, particularly as a few weeks ago in the profligacy of my huge AXA collection I gave away half a capsule. I was behind on the keys so I thought, ah well the rng will sort me out.

And it didn't.

So, better late than never I present ...

My optimised hoard.

And now, I may rest. Hurrah! 
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So places +Ingress​ has taken me, the wonderful LQ Restaurant... Never having Puerto Rican food before.. I was curious and eagerly looking forward to the meal and occasional hacking... Definitely passing out as the itis kicks in... 
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The #MagnusReawakens missions and mosaics created by Team #luminescentheart are going live across the world! Remember: once you complete one, post a picture of you/your group, a screenshot of the completed mission/mosaic, and use the two hashtags above. 

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Submitting a new Portal

Disclaimer: This is based on the original submission process. +NIA Ops may have changed it in the interim.

With OPR (https://opr.ingress.com) powering through the existing portal queues in various areas, a lot of people are getting excited to be able to soon submit new portals. But there's a few things to know before you submit your local street sign or desk gnome.

1. Subject

The biggest reason for portals being rejected by +Niantic and OPR is the subject of the portal. As a general rule, a street sign is not a portal. A plastic figurine is not a portal. Portals are not about the location, they're completely about the subject. The location is only relevant to the subject.

The Candidate Portal Criteria (https://support.ingress.com/hc/en-us/articles/207343987-Candidate-Portal-criteria) lists good and inappropriate portal subjects, so I'm not going to go into the details here, but suffice to say, what is more important than where.

2. Creating the Portal

A little known fact of portal submission: The initial location of the portal in the editor is where you long pressed the screen. When creating a portal long press on the map in the approximate location of the portal. Don't just press anywhere like you were firing an XMP, or you'll have to completely correct the location in the editor.

Long press on the scanner in the approximate location, then slide right to "New Portal" to start the process of submitting a new portal.

See: https://goo.gl/photos/geCjbcYF9SjBLsmK7

Once the editor appears, you'll have the ability to set Name and Description, as well as rotate the image and correct the location. Always put a good but short title and add some descriptive text. +John Hanke has regularly made a request that people add information about the portal to help people discover things, and it may help you get your portal approved.

See: https://goo.gl/photos/Y7fU8wYM4zgz8fxs9

When you've got your Name and Description set, ALWAYS confirm the location, even if its just to double check that it's where you pressed. If the location is not right, zoom in and pan the map to the exact right location.

See: https://goo.gl/photos/vjE18EqikgFsqhUB7

3. Confirmation Email

Once you've submitted your portal, check your e-mail. If you do NOT get an email, your portal has not been submitted. Likely its an issue with Sync (on Android). Since you're going to get an email at your Gmail account, its a good idea to set up filters to automatically categorize messages from ingress-support@nianticlabs.com.

See: https://goo.gl/photos/j84ct7EhFEa7p4Mm6

4. Response Email

Once your portal is reviewed, you'll receive an email with the result. The possible results are:

Live - Your portal has been accepted and is now live. You'll receive 1000AP and a key to the portal.

See: https://goo.gl/photos/FL8TA7MFKNQuasE3A

Rejected - Your portal was not accepted. Sorry.

See: https://goo.gl/photos/igHEqopje2MhLuoz5

Duplicate - Your portal is a duplicate of an existing Portal or too close to an existing portal to be brought online. Sorry.

See: https://goo.gl/photos/vAJKmCAFVSWaWCDw7

5. Extra information

If you're on Android, IPST (Ingress Portal Submission Tracker)(https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.einzig.ipst) by Steven Foskett is a great tool for tracking your emails and knowing what's still outstanding.

If you're on iOS, and you know of any similar tools, please let me know in the comments.
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