With most changes to a report dataset, such as adding or renaming a field, the built-in report layout will automatically be updated to the changes when you compile the report.
However, there are certain dataset changes, such as deleting a field or changing a field's ID, which cannot be updated in the built-in report layout automatically.
Most organizations and companies that report information to credit bureaus do so on a monthly basis.
However, creditors are not required to report information, so it’s possible that you could have a mortgage, auto loan, or other debt not included on your credit report at all.
When you make changes to the report dataset, the report layouts that are used on the report must to be updated to the changes.
In the settings, I have scheduled it to refresh every 15 minutes, which I had assumed would trigger the visuals to update every 15 minutes with the latest data, however after a couple of hours they are still not auto-updating.
Now, you might be asking yourself if you also need to reach out to the credit bureaus. You don't need to contact the credit bureaus to update the personal information on your credit report.
Instead, get in touch with your creditors and ask them to update your records with your new address, name or employer.
Employers don’t report job histories to Experian or the other national credit reporting companies.
In fact, the employer listing on a credit report is not an employment history at all.
The employer listing does not affect credit scores or play a direct role in the lending process.