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como elimino esto Nota sin resolver #350876

asked 21 Apr '15, 05:07

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retagged 10 Aug '22, 05:40

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I guess dclavijof just needs to select resolve again and then wait a few days or so until it disappears.

translate to spanish:
Supongo dclavijof sólo tiene que seleccionar la resolución de nuevo y luego esperar unos días más o menos hasta que desaparezca.

(21 Apr '15, 08:01) nevw

("how do I delete this note without resolving it")

There are two ways that notes disappear from the main map - one is 7 days after they've been resolved (though they can still be extracted via the API after that time). The other is if they're hidden by an administrator (which only happens in the case of abusive or spam notes). This one isn't one of those so just resolve it and wait 7 days.

En español vía Google Translate:

Hay dos maneras en que las notas desaparecen del mapa principal - uno es 7 días después de que han sido resueltos (aunque todavía se pueden extraer a través de la API Después de ese tiempo). La otra es si están ocultos por un administrador (que sólo ocurre en el caso de notas abusivas o de spam). Este no es uno de esos tan sólo resolverla y esperar 7 días.

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answered 21 Apr '15, 09:48

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