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Correct workflow for expired events? 5 Years, 5 Months ago  
I was wondering how users are supposed to manage expired events.

I see options to 'hide' canceled and completed items but they still fill and clutter up the whole list.

Is there perhaps a way to delete all completed or canceled events greater than some age or before some date? If I sort by date I get repeating items. If I sort by repeat, I still have to sift through single items.

Just wondering what the intended work flow is for this scenario.
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Re:Correct workflow for expired events? 5 Years, 4 Months ago  
Might I suggest one or all of the following:

1) Option to automatically delete events older than X.
2) Option to manually delete events older than X.
3) Option to archive events older than X so historic events may be viewed or deleted if desired. The archive is viewed and managed separately to the current list so it does not clutter things up and serves only as a historic log book.
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Last Edit: 2009/03/08 06:03 By GregDude.
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Re:Correct workflow for expired events? 5 Years, 4 Months ago  
Manual deleting/archiving can be done in the manager although if you have a lot of recurring events it's quite easy to accidentally delete also one of those. Deleting old events automatically is in my backlog so it probably will be implemented eventually.
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