Adding goofs via the mobile app

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In the Android app, I am trying to post a "Goof" for an new episode of Criminal Minds, but only see the "Trivia" option. Running version 7.3.6.107360100 on Android version 7.0.

Note: This conversation was created from a reply on: Goofs & Trivia.
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We are still in the early days of supporting mobile contributions, sorry.  Only a small number of sections can be updated directly in the app. 

In order to add goofs, you will need to visit the IMDb desktop site at http://www.imdb.com/ 
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Tony Fourinone

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A year later and the desktop version still automatically sends me to the mobile app when I search for the film I want to add a quote for. Not acceptable. My rating for IMDb- (sorry, I can't show zero stars.
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I miss being able to do this also. It is so handy to use mobile Android app, it should be a useable feature.
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Bob Hansen

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I also would like to see support for ADDING GOOFS to Androids, but the desktop version is still working. I just added one today, 4/13/18. Thanks.
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Yeah... frankly it's 2019 and I bet well over 50% of the users are on a 'mobile device'. I use it nearly every day, my favorite thing(s) are the 1: Locations, being born in Southern California and knowing/seeing nearly every SoCal shooting location, I like to confirm if it's where I think it is, plus my wife is from the east coast and she enjoys this from me.
2: Actors and what other characters they have played.
3: Goofs. This is what brought me to this forum. I'm currently watching a cheesy but fun movie from 1984; The Night of the Comet. Very early on after the comet passed, I found it simply ridiculous (but not demeaning the fun of the film ultimately) that (nearly) all life on earth was vaporized by the passing comet, yet somehow everything electrical is not effected. I just wanted to add that.
BTW, I don't even have a device that I could access IMDB desktop version.
Thanks!