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Editing Timelines for Postponed Events
Editing Timelines for Postponed Events

Changing Dates and Reactivating Archived Timelines

Updated over a week ago

We know rescheduling a postponed event comes with a complicated to-do list. However, updating your timeline has never been easier!

How to Update Timelines for Postponed Events

Let's say you started a timeline for one of your events, and it just got postponed... No problem! You can update your whole timeline in just a few seconds to reflect the new event date. Here's how:

  1. In the Edit View for the affected timeline, change the event date in the header to the new desired date.

  2. Timeline Genius will ask if you want to shift all of the timeline items to be consistent with the new event date. Just say, "Yes."

  3. You're done. Go have a glass of wine and pat yourself on the back :D

How to 'Reactivate' an Archived Timeline

Let's say one of your events got postponed, and the timeline went to your Archive (because the original event date is now in the past). In this situation, you now have a super-easy way to reactivate your timeline β€” i.e. to change it back from Archived to Active. Here's how:

  1. Go to your Timeline Archive, and find the affected timeline.

  2. Click the reactivate icon.

  3. Enter a new event date.

  4. Click "Reactivate Timeline."

  5. You'll find your timeline back in your Active list.

For you visual learners, here's a quick tutorial:

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