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  • TheShaman43

    Not really a support question, but I wasn’t sure where else to ask…

    There are certain articles that I find particularly useful and informative (Cheese’s Million Dollar Musings for MLB being a prime example). Certain days time allows for more research than others and sometimes I miss a day or two and while the information may be stale the day after, there are still insights that can be taken from these articles. Problem is, if I miss a day it’s completely gone the next day. If I wanted to spend some of my bathroom reading with an article from two days ago, is there a way to access it?

    I can easily change the date in the URL for today’s article (copied below), but it just kicks me back to the current version. Do you archive articles, if so how can they be accessed? If not, think of this as a feature request.

    https://rotogrinders.com/articles/cheeseisgood-s-million-dollar-musings-tuesday-may-25th-3633232

  • Ross

    Hi,

    Most articles are copied over daily, but some like the Grind Down and SlateIQ are on a new page each day and have archives.

    https://rotogrinders.com/grind-downs
    https://rotogrinders.com/slate-articles

    You can also find more archived articles like past expert surveys here

    Will also pass your feedback on about archiving others to our team :)

  • TheShaman43

    Thanks for the reply (and quick turnaround time)!

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