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Breaking Down Achievements: Everything You Need to Know

Are you getting the most from your Mobee achievements? There are so many opportunities to earn points by completing Missions at various stores like Walmart, Target, Grocery stores, and more. As you continue to complete Missions you’ll start to see more and more achievement steps unlock bringing you closer and closer to earning more points. As your journey to unlocking all of the available achievements continues on, you’ll quickly become one of our top earners.

But, what do you need to know about them to make sure you’re getting the most from Mobee achievements?   

Available Achievements 

There are so many achievements available in Mobee. Some have been around since the beginning while others are new to the app. You can look at all of the options in the “Achievements” tab located on the bottom of the home screen of the app. To get more details on which Missions count towards each achievement, all you have to do is tap on the locked achievement and an information box will appear. There you’ll see how you can earn that achievement, how many points its worth, and how close you are to unlocking it.

Knowing which achievements are available is only the first step in getting the most from mystery shopping. While it may be the first thing to look out for, it is also one of the most important. Knowing where you need to go to unlock achievements and how close you are to doing so will help you set and reach your goals.  

Unlocking Achievements 

Now you may be wondering, how do achievements get unlocked? As you complete Missions that count towards certain achievements you’ll start to notice those specific achievement steps growing. It is important to note that your achievements will only be added if your Mission is approved. Once it has been approved it can take anywhere from a few minutes to 36 hours for that Mission to be seen in your achievements (if applicable). So, don’t worry if you don’t see your achievements update right away!  

If it’s taken longer than 36 hours and the achievement still hasn’t updated, then we’d recommend reaching out to us at support@getmobee.com! Sometimes your achievements may not update right away (or at all), but we can update them for you if that happens due to a technical issue.  

Sometimes, you may notice achievements like Bullseye! and Bullseye! II have a different number of Missions associated with them. Why does that happen? Typically this will only happen if a new achievement has been added to the app. In this case, only Missions that were completed after the achievement was added will count towards the achievement steps. Keep this in mind when you’re looking into your completed and pending achievements.  

Claiming Achievements 

Claiming achievements may be one of the most important (and our user’s favorite) steps in the process. As new achievements are unlocked, you’ll see those points show up in your Mission review. If you check your balance history, though, they won’t be listed there any longer. We’ve found that this can cause a lot of confusion amoung our bees. Luckily, we’re here to help clear that up…   

When you see achievement points at the end of a Mission they will not be automatically added into your account with that Mission. You will need to go to the achievements tab of the app and claim those achievements as they become available. Once they’ve been claimed those points will then be instantly added into your account.  

Closing Thoughts 

Achievements are a big way to earn points in Mobee. With an opportunity to earn hundreds to thousands of points at one time, it’s a great idea to take advantage of them when you can. So, keep an eye out for new achievements so you can keep earning the most possible points.  

Do you want to make money from your phone? Mobee pays you in rewards to shop at your favorite stores and retailers. Check us out on our website, the iTunes Store and the Google Play store today!   

Bobby the Bee

Bobby the Bee is our honey-loving mascot. He currently holds a degree in making Missions, and making honey from Mobee University.