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Remove geocaches from my search that need maintenance

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You could by previewing on a map a Pocket Query.

 

BTW - Do you mean disabled or those that are flagged as needing maintenance? (or both)?

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If you search by Pocket Query, use Attributes to Exclude (Click to include/exclude certain attributes.) and exclude the NM attribute

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I would suggest not necessarily weeding them out. There are a large number that still have the "need maintenance" attribute on them long after they've been serviced. Heck, I'm guilty of forgetting to reset that attribute. You might just filter out perfectly good caches.

 

But experiment too. Sometimes trial and error is the only way you know for sure.

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I would suggest not necessarily weeding them out. There are a large number that still have the "need maintenance" attribute on them long after they've been serviced. Heck, I'm guilty of forgetting to reset that attribute. You might just filter out perfectly good caches.

 

But experiment too. Sometimes trial and error is the only way you know for sure.

 

Indeed.

Just because they 'Need Maintenance' doesn't necessarily mean they are un-findable.

 

OTOH, I do filter out disabled caches.

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OTOH, I do filter out disabled caches.

 

Same here. When I see a NM I consider who placed the cache before I look for it.

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