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Erase last year Spot locations on map

Postby SunnyWalker » Mon Apr 21, 2014 3:56 pm

Does anyone know how and if so please explain how I can erase the spots/locations my spot device sent in to Postholer.com and they are now on the map of the CDT. I am starting over this year and also want to tinker with my spot device (new one) to see about it. In the end though I will wish to erase those spots also. Thanks.
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Re: Erase last year Spot locations on map

Postby postholer » Tue Apr 22, 2014 9:14 am

SunnyWalker wrote:Does anyone know how and if so please explain how I can erase the spots/locations my spot device sent in to Postholer.com and they are now on the map of the CDT. I am starting over this year and also want to tinker with my spot device (new one) to see about it. In the end though I will wish to erase those spots also. Thanks.


There is no feature to remove your spots.

It's easier for me to delete them than have people ask if I can restore their spots they accidentally deleted! :D

I can delete them now if you wish. Or when you're done tinkering, I'll delete them all then.

Additionally, you can start a new journal for this year and leave your old journal intact. That will preserve all your hard-earned spots.

Let me know!
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Re: Erase last year Spot locations on map

Postby SunnyWalker » Tue Apr 22, 2014 10:30 am

OK, thanks. If you need to do it let me tinker first as I want to test my new Spot Gen 3. Then I'll let you know to erase all the . . . spots! (Thanks). :D
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