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[Resolved] How to you empty the logs?

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  • Plugin Author mtilly
    Participant

    @mtilly

    If you changed your keywords in the topic, you are right that previously skipped articles will not ‘re-appear’ after your changes.

    MyCurator only goes back about 7 days, it is built to focus on keeping up with the new stream of articles each day. We really don’t have a way to ‘reset’ it. But with so much content being created each day, you’ll quickly have enough new content to work with.

    You can also go to sites that you know have some content that you ‘missed’ with your changes and use our Get It tool to grab it.

    If you changed some formatting options, you still should be able to edit any article from the Training page when you go to make it live. You can update it to what you would like to see in the editor.

    I hope this helps, please feel free to respond with more details.

    In simple words- NO, you cannot…that would have done inatead of a workaround that will take more time than the plugin is worth mate.

    It’s something you need to put in it as a course of urgency. It’s not just about keywords- setting excerpt lengths, image size etc etc. While we set these your plugin simple BURNS articles- this really is stupid.

    Thanks for the help though mate but it’s daft not having this included as a very basic feature during testing.

    Plugin Author mtilly
    Participant

    @mtilly

    Yes, it sounds like for those who have a lot of article volume, a reset would be very useful during setup. Look for it in the next release, which should be out in a week or so.

    Plugin Author mtilly
    Participant

    @mtilly

    Version 1.3.1 released with support to reset logs.

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