The New York Times has announced a handy feature for players who want to keep their streak going no matter the device they’re playing on. The publication, which the ultra-popular daily word game in January, players will soon be able to sync their stats and streaks across devices. You’ll need a Times account to do so. Note that after you sync your stats, there’s no way to unlink them.
This is a welcome update. It’ll be handy for for those who play the game on their office computer during the week, for instance, or on both their phone and PC. Sure, in the grand scheme of things, Wordle stats don’t mean all that much. Still, if you’ve correctly guessed mystery words for many days in a row on your desktop system and you’re going out of town, you won’t need to break your streak.
If you don’t see the option to link your account on the device where you play Wordle every day, hold on tight! The feature is coming to you soon.
Once stats are linked to a New York Times account, this process cannot be reversed. Happy solving! 🟨 🟩
— New York Times Games (@NYTGames) July 12, 2022
It’s not clear exactly when the Times will roll out the sync option to everyone, as notes. Hopefully, the publication can avoid the kinds of issues it had when it . Some players lost their streaks during the transition.
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