Bug: Reading plan that hasn't started displayed on home page

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Donnie Hale | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, Dec 24 2018 10:53 AM

v8.0.8 on iPad Pro2 running iOS 12.1.

Over the weekend I created two reading plans for 2019. Each start in the first week of January.

When I opened the mobile app today, they both show up on the home page. They both have the status "You've completed your reading for today." That's clearly wrong.

Ideally, reading plans shouldn't show up on the home page until they've started. If that's not possible, thent he status should read something like, "This reading plan has not yet started."

Thanks,

Donnie

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Graham Criddle | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Dec 24 2018 12:33 PM

Donnie Hale:
They both have the status "You've completed your reading for today." That's clearly wrong

I agree this is unhelpful

Donnie Hale:
Ideally, reading plans shouldn't show up on the home page until they've started. If that's not possible, thent he status should read something like, "This reading plan has not yet started."

I would like to see "not yet started" plans on the home page - but with a clear indication of when the first reading is due.

My preference would be - in general - that plans show the next due date. That would cater both for current plans and those that haven't yet started.

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