I can’t make out the notifications I am getting. Can someone tell me what it is/means?

Wamparythm
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When I pull up Fing app and run scan, i will get a notification saying something like “conflict synchronize snap shot”. Problem is it disappears too quickly for me to read it, and when I run it again it doesn’t pop up. I have even closed app and run. Nothing. It only happens right when I first log on. Any thoughts?
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  • Robin_Ex_Fing
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    When I pull up Fing app and run scan, i will get a notification saying something like “conflict synchronize snap shot”. Problem is it disappears too quickly for me to read it, and when I run it again it doesn’t pop up. I have even closed app and run. Nothing. It only happens right when I first log on. Any thoughts?
    The Fing app tries to read your account data and then synchronize to Fing app. If there is a little delay or App is taking time then the error may appear but if it goes away then it means it was able to synchronize the data correctly. 
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    Thanks thanks Robin.
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  • Marc
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    @Wamparythm, almost sounds like there is a database synch issue.  I’m tagging the Fing folks to see if they can help solve it for you.  @Ciaran, could you advise?
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  • Wamparythm
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    Thank you Marc. I have another question but it is off topic, so, I will post it separately.
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