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Are the comments supposed to remain with all future recurring events? And if this is the default behavior, can this be changed to have comments attached to the specific event date? In my calendar, just before and just after an event occurs, comments are made that pertain to that specific date's event. If it cannot be changed, is there a way for me to archive the comments into the Forum?
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I've answered my own question, and came up with a new one. I've discovered the posts for events are in the forum called "ocPortal comment topics". I was then able to move the posts to an archive. With the event being a single recurring entity, I can see how it keeps all the comments made from previous events.

This brings up my next question. I see that it is possbile to "Fix" past events so as not to disturb them by seperating them. Very clever. Is it similarlly possible to convert each recurring future event into its own event, given a select number of future events? I'm guessing this would allow comments for a single date to stick to that date's event and not show up in the other event dates.

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Unfortunately I can't answer this as it's a support question, but some very minor code changes could do what you need, without needing anything so drastic.


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