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I have my Outlook meetings automatically added to Tempo Timesheet via the Office 365 Calendar App. It's useful, but the problem is that if a meeting is logged for shorter time than it was scheduled for, it creates leftover activity that I can't delete.
E.g. In above, the Backlog meeting was scheduled for 90m but only went for 50, so I edited its card & logged 50m. But then this creates a duplicate activity with leftover 40m that I can't delete (the logged/green activities all show a trash button when you hover over them, but the unlogged/orange ones don't).
This is a common usecase for me; meetings often don't take up the full time allocated for them, or are cut short/cancelled for sudden reasons.
Is there any way to delete these unlogged activities? Having all these useless leftover activities cluttering up the Activities section just distracts me from the activities I actually DO have to log.
I had a meeting that was scheduled via Zoom and recorded on Outlook's calendar and Tempo. The meeting was improperly cancelled from Outlook and got stuck on my Tempo calendar. It could not be deleted from Tempo's view. I was finally able to get rid of it with the procedure below. Your issue may not match, but maybe my experience will be helpful.
Here is how I got rid of a stuck time box:
If this works for you, please post. I would like to know.