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Pokémon Go: Raid logs now live for all players

Update as of July 1, 2021: Apparently, there were no major problems with the raid log function during testing, because the developers of Pokémon Go have now announced that the logs of the last raid can now be turned on and uploaded by any player. As a reminder, the raid logs are used by the developers to find sources of errors in the raids. Accordingly, it is highly advisable to enable the feature in-game and provide the logs to the developers when problems occur. We've explained how to turn on raid logging below.

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Original news on June 28, 2021: Players in New Zealand and Australia currently have the chance to try out a new feature of Pokémon Go. This involves raid logs that can be transmitted to the developers at Niantic. The data collected should allow the creators of Pokémon Go to improve future raid bosses and experiences. Specifically, this should help if you run into an issue when fighting a raid boss; such as your fighters not being able to attack, or if there are bugs in the rendering, or even if the raid fight suddenly disconnects.

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Enable Raid Logs yourself

You have to activate the so-called Raid Logs yourself in the game. To do so, go to the Pokéball menu from the main screen and press Settings in the top right corner. Then, as soon as the feature is activated in our area, scroll down to the Raid Logging menu item and activate it using the button next to it. You can deactivate the raid logs at any time. Raid logs that are not uploaded will be deleted in that case.

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How do I send raid logs to Niantic?

Pokémon Go will automatically save raid data with logging enabled for 24 hours or until your next raid battle. You can upload the collected data at any time by going back to Raid Logging via the main menu and settings, and then pressing "upload" to send the current raid log to Niantic.

The creators of Pokémon Go also give the following hints about this:

  • Other trainers in your raid group should also submit raid logs when a problem has occurred.
  • You can also submit raid logs if you were unable to win the raid battle.
  • No other data is recorded in your raid logs.
  • When you submit a ticket to support, you should also submit your raid data.

When exactly the Raid Logs for Pokémon Go will also be activated in our country, is not yet known and probably depends on the tests in the Pacific region.

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