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Message 1637401 - Posted: 4 Feb 2015, 17:20:21 UTC

hi all,
Besides creating a new account, is it possible to get the tasks state reset.
(where it shows state: all, in progress, Validation pending and so on)
i have a lot of errors and incomplete tasks showing on mine.
(sorry but was trying to figure out some issues i was having doing tasks)
i was just wondering if there a way to kind of clean up the aftermath.
(without starting over with a new account)

thanks

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Message 1637411 - Posted: 4 Feb 2015, 17:39:06 UTC

No, the errors and invalid tasks will clear out as the other folks to whom these tasks are being assigned complete and return.
Just sit with it, they will vanish from the reports in good time.
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Message 1637426 - Posted: 4 Feb 2015, 18:13:41 UTC - in response to Message 1637411.  

Thanks Rob.
just wasn't sure how long it stays like that.
or if the user gets bad ratings or karma for it or not.

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