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    Default Retroactive scent of the day?

    Apologies if I'm posting in the wrong place- wasn't sure where to put this.

    Is there any way to log your scent of the day, or to add a wearing to a perfume in your wardrobe retroactively? I ask because I really like having that history of what I've worn and when, but occasionally, I can't make it here to post in time, so it would be great to be able to log what I wore yesterday.

    Thanks for any advice!

    K

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    Default Re: Retroactive scent of the day?

    I just post the date in the allowed text when posting the SoTD:

    It's not a perfect fix as in your wardrobe page it'll still show its "last worn" date as the day you posted, but it's the best solution I can find.

    I recently did this with M/Mink as I had worn it quite a bit before it was added to the directory. So, my SoTD posts (using the SoTD tool) would look like this

    "SotD: 1/15/12
    Posting an old wearing of this because it wasn't in the directory at that time"
    ***For sale:

    Iris Pallida 50ml

    Ungaro I 75ml

    and more!
    - http://www.basenotes.net/threads/301...n-Man-and-more

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    Default Re: Retroactive scent of the day?

    This is a related question - does anyone know if there is a way to download all of your SOTD data? When looking at previous SOTDs, it doesn't show dates, etc. I'd like to be able to download it all, and then look at how my wear patterns change over time using Excel or something.

    I know - I'm a hyper analytical mega nerd. It's ok - I accept that.
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    Default Re: Retroactive scent of the day?

    Quote Originally Posted by Alityke View Post
    I noticed that thread and read it earlier. Its interesting, and I may end up doing that or something similar. I would still like to be able to access my existing data that is on basenotes, though.
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