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"Today View" Coming to Pokemon Go

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Article by Brian Tien

Have you ever wished that you could view current/upcoming events easily in-game? Or that you could see your current gym defenders? Or view your progress on your 7-day streaks? Niantic has announced that they will be answering all of the above in the form of Today View, a new in-app feature that shows current information.

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This feature is the latest in a long line of Quality of Life updates that Niantic has been pushing as of late, and it is definitely a welcomed change! It is also stated that we will see even more updates to this new feature in the future!

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Trainers,

In the same area as your Field Research and Special Research tabs, you will soon be able to view all ongoing events and bonuses, your daily streaks, and more in the brand-new Today View. This new feature will help you stay updated on what’s currently happening in Pokémon GO.

The Today View is split into different sections.

  • Events: The topmost section will show you what events are currently running in the game. If there are multiple overlapping events, then there will be separate cards showcasing each one. (Note that events won’t be visible when the Today View first launches, but they will appear later.)
  • Pokémon in Gyms: Keep tabs on all the Pokémon you have in Gyms. You’ll also be able to see how long your Pokémon have been defending their Gyms, how much motivation your Pokémon have left, which Pokémon have returned that day, and how many PokéCoins you’ve earned through defending Gyms.
  • Streaks: Track your Daily PokéStop Spin and Daily Pokémon Catch Streaks, and never break another one again!
  • Upcoming: Check out what events are coming up at the bottom of the page. Tap to learn more from the in-game News!

We’ll be adding even more to the Today View in the future. Be sure to follow us on social media, opt in to receive push notifications, and subscribe to our emails to stay updated.

—The Pokémon GO team

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Gamepress writer with a focus on theorycrafting and gameplay optimization. A Pokemon player since its inception, and a Pokemon Go player since day 1.

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