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greekphysics
07-12-2019, 07:58 PM
First, I want to say that the Search feature improved tremendously in 2019. Thank you.

I found a mistake with a common search query that may impact future versions of the game. The Just Dance team will probably like to correct this.

The problem occurred with Xbox Connect with Just Dance 2019, but I suspect that it impacts all platforms and modes of game play for 2019.

I wanted to quickly find all of the dances that have been added to Just Dance Unlimited in 2019.

So I thought it would make sense to type 2019 into the search. However, after I entered the 1, it wouldn't let me enter a 9. It would let me search for 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018, but it wouldn't let me search for 2019.

However, when I backed up a digit, I noticed that it would let me search for 2020 instead. That seemed odd since 2020 hasn't even come out yet.

When I searched 2020, guess what happened. It displayed all of the 2019 dances, both from the game and Unlimited.

Unless it is corrected, it seems probable that this mistake would carry over into Just Dance 2020, 2021, and all future versions of the game.

It would really be confusing if searching for 2020 next year pulled up 2019 dances, for example.

Also, in case the team may like any feedback on Medicina Extreme, with Xbox One I felt that the scoring was more forgiving than the usual extremes. (Maybe that was the goal.)

Black_Widow9
07-15-2019, 12:54 AM
Hi greekphysics,

Thank you for detailing this issue so we can let the team know. As always, your feedback is very appreciated.

Thanks again!

greekphysics
07-17-2019, 09:46 PM
Wow! This has been fixed already. You guys are incredibly quick and fantastic. Thank you. :-)

Laurel11980
09-29-2019, 12:22 AM
The problem occurred with Xbox Connect with Just Dance 2019, but I suspect that it impacts all platforms and modes of game play for 2019.

I wanted to quickly find all of the dances that have been added to Just Dance Unlimited in 2019.

So I thought it would make sense to type 2019 into the search. However, after I entered the 1, it wouldn't let me enter a 9. It would let me search for 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018, but it wouldn't let me search for 2019.

However, when I backed up a digit, I noticed that it would let me search for 2020 instead. That seemed odd since 2020 hasn't even come out yet.


Thank you for detailing this issue so we can let the team know. As always, your feedback is very appreciated.