Niantic updates list of Pokémon GO known issues currently being investigated by its engineering team as of August 31

Niantic has updated the official Known Issues support page for Pokémon GO. Read on below to learn more:

Known Issues

Last Updated: 6h
Here is where you can find a list of issues currently being investigated by our engineering team. This list will be updated regularly, and issues will be added and removed as they are discovered and resolved. Please note that this is not a comprehensive list of all issues we are aware of or working to fix. You can find the list of known issues related to GO Battle League here.
 
To report a bug that isn’t listed here, or get one on one support, please submit a ticket in-app under the Settings menu, or see our article on how to best contact us for different issues.
 
Last updated: August 31st, 2022
 
Defender Lobby at Gyms are slow to load after updating to version 0.247.0
Issue description
: After tapping on a Gym, Pokémon GO appears to freeze for several seconds before the location’s Defender lobby loads.
Issue status: Resolved in the next release (0.247.1)
 
Some Trainers do not see additional Pokémon appearing around gym after raid.
Issue description: Some trainers do not see additional Pokémon appearing around a gym after successfully completing a 4 star or greater raid.
Issue status: Resolved in an upcoming release
 
Pokémon caught with PGP/PBP does not count towards Daily Active Incense
Issue description: Pokémon attracted to Daily Adventure Incense caught using a PGP or PBP will not appear on the summary screen or count towards Special Research.
Issue status: Resolved in the current release (0.247.0)
 
Candy is displayed as the same color on the Pokémon catch detail screen for all Pokémon.
Issue Description: After a successful catch encounter, the color of the candy on the popup is the same regardless of the Pokémon caught. This is purely a visual bug, the correct candy for the caught Pokémon will be added to your inventory.
Issue Status: Resolved in past release (0.243.2)

Source: Official Pokémon GO support page

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