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17 Sep, 2022 06:19 PM

I have a weekly transaction reminder .I have one recorded on 9/20/22. I accidentally recorded the next week reminder on 9/27/22. So I deleted the transaction for 9/27/22. But it still shows recorded based on calendar. If I try to record, it will show next week as of 10/4 /22.
I know you can delete reminder and start over, but is there another way?. I see no other revert next transaction to 9/27/22

  1. 1 Posted by dwg on 17 Sep, 2022 09:31 PM

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    I'm a fellow user.

    There i no way of undoing posting a reminder in the reminder system. Once it is posted there is no link between the reminder and the post in the ledger, so if you delete the transaction in the register the reminder never knows.

    Rather than trying to reinstate the reminder or create a new one I would suggest the easiest approach is on the 27th to duplicate the transaction from the 20th and just amend the date on the newly created transaction.

  2. 2 Posted by tgilbert666 on 18 Sep, 2022 02:12 AM

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    I'm also a fellow user, and I endorse what dwg has said.

    In case it's not apparent, just right-click on the transaction on the 20th and select Duplicate Transaction, change the date and let Reminders take care of themselves on the next due date (Oct 4?)

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