There may be rare occasions where clearing your browser's cache is needed to see an updated feature.
The browser cache is temporary storage on your computer for files (scripts, images, video, etc.) to be downloaded and accessed to display a web page. Instead of downloading these files every time a page is loaded, your browser will utilize the cache to help improve the site's performance.
To clear your cache in Google Chrome:
1. From the "menu" button in the top right corner of the browser (three dots icon), click More Tools > Clear Browsing Data...
2. A form will appear with options for clearing data. Select the appropriate time period and make sure the "Cached images and files" option is checked. Click the blue button to Clear Browsing Data.