Any way to remove savvy speed pins

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  1. Scott F

    Scott F Learning to Drive General User

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    I manually set the savvy speed and have pins along a stretch of roadway. I realized that the speed set is wrong. Is there a way to remove all of the pins at once? Maybe by speed or by date added? Would be a total pain to remove each pin manually.
    Thanks.
     
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    Yes

    First you might need to change layout on map by double clicking on the pin count at the top. Keep double clicking until the layout you want is in view. I forget what the default layout is. One of these days I’ll try to add bulk edits.

    Then use the date controls to select the date range and the pin type control to Savvy Set pins.

    Once only the pins you want are selected (verify on the map) swipe across the count control at the top and it will prompt to delete them.
     
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    Scott F Learning to Drive General User

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    Got it. Couldn’t figure out how to select by date but did it by savvy set and then whatever was displayed on map. I zoomed in appropriately to be able to remove only what I wanted. Worked well. But would never have know to do this without your help. Thank you
     
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    For by date you can select all pins before a certain date, after a certain date or between two dates. Typically you set after a certain date (like 3 days ago). That way you avoid the risk of deleting all Savvy set pins and at worst only delete the recent ones.

    But what you did is fine too.
     

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