4 Replies Latest reply: Jan 10, 2013 9:49 PM by Derryl S
Derryl S Level 2 Level 2 (195 points)

In iCal I previously could, at the end of the year or early in the new year, create a new complete calendar and delete the old data of the previous year leaving only the current year entries. Ever since there was an iCal, I was able to do that.


I think I created an archive for the previous year and then was able to delete the old daily data in a single step to create the new year. There doesn't seem to be any capability to do this.


I have created an archive of my 2012 events but don't want to manually delete hundreds and hundreds (probablty over a  thousand) of 2012 entries one by one just to make a calendar with only the few days of 2013 presently in my calendar.


I do NOT use the cloud to store my calendar or any of my information. If that might be the only way to purge old data, then there is a big flaw in Calendar.

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