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Archiving Visits To Waymarks

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Someone logged a visit to one of my waymarks. The log entry looked like it was a test or a mistake or perhaps somebody just playing around.

 

So I used the 'Archive this log' function to archive it.

 

Questions:

 

1) Is this the procedure we will be using to delete logs for visits when the logs don't meet the logging criteria?

 

2) The archived log was visible for a little while, now I can't seem to get back to it. Is this expected?

 

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One thing I noticed is that it continues to say "last visited on this date" on my waymark even though I archived the phony log entry.

 

I see this on my waymark, too.

 

Did you use 'Archive this log' function to delete the visit log?

 

When I archived the log, I could still get to the log on my waymark page. It was just listed as archived, and there was an option to UNarchive it. I noticed a few minutes later that the archived log, and all evidence of it had vanished (except the 'last visited date', as you mentioned).

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I just discovered that I can get to an archived log for one of my waymarks by clicking on the log link which came in the notification email.

 

Seems odd that I can get to the archived log this way, but not directly through any of links on the Waymarking pages.

 

Is an archived visit log something a waymark owner is supposed to be able to get to, or not? If not, I found a loophole. If so, I (as the owner) should be able to get to it through the 'View Logs for this waymark' page.

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