How do I delete an event?

To permanently remove an event, use Menstrual Cycle tracking calendar. At the menstrual calendar, click the Edit link in the date having the event you want to remove. At My Events, click {event} Edit, where {event} is the event you want to delete for that day, such as the menstrual period event, weight, fertility, daily note, etc.

At the event's edit screen, click the Delete button to remove the event.

When you delete the event, you'll stay on the event's editing screen. To delete multiple event records for the same type (e.g. several days of fertility data), you can use the mini navigational calendar on the upper right of the screen. The nav cal will show any day that has data for this event in bold. To go to that day, click the date in the nav cal, and the edit screen will display that day's data. Click delete if you want to remove the data.

Exception: Deleting Symptoms

To delete menstrual cycle, PMS, and/or Perimenopause symptoms, access the edit screen:

Menstrual Calendar>> Edit Date Cell >> Cycle Today Edit
Menstrual Calendar>> Edit Date Cell >> Perimenopause Symptom Edit

To delete all symptoms on the day your are editing, set all symptom to None and click Save. To delete just some of the symptoms you previously recorded, set each to none.

Exception: Deleting Calendar Markers/Appointments

To delete any calendar markers you added such as Gynecologist or doctor's appointments:

Menstrual Calendar>> Click Marker in Calendar Date Cell >> Click Delete Button

Note: When you delete a data record, it's permanent, so make sure you are removing the correct record.

Related FAQ: I tracked that I got my period on the wrong date? How do I change?

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