What is everyone doing with plans that are no longer required?

We have branch plans for projects that then go live and the branch gets moved to 'dead' in our SVN repo.

We will never build that plan again. How is everyone handling this? Are you just deleting the plan? Or is there some way to mark it as archived/dead?

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Disabling the plan and moving it into a project called "xHeaven for Plans" is a safe choice. In this way, it will never be triggered, it will stay at the bottom of your Dashboard and in case you need more disk space, you can easily find the obsolete plans and delete them.

Yeh that doesn't work either. When I gave them all unique names (by prefacing the name with xDead) and new keys (by prefacing the key with XDEAD) it still keeps telling me the names and keys need to be unique?

When I tried this, I had to rename them all and give them all new keys?? Is there a way to do this without having to rename them?

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