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Is there a way to reset the Dashboard Protection History statistics?  When items are quarantined and future scans are clear, this would allow a quick way to look at the dashboard to see new items detected instead of gong through scan reports.

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1 hour ago, mem said:

Is there a way to reset the Dashboard Protection History statistics?  When items are quarantined and future scans are clear, this would allow a quick way to look at the dashboard to see new items detected instead of gong through scan reports.

That's what I have said all along.  At this juncture, there is not a way to clear/reset Protection History.  Who wants to see 10,000,000 + items scanned and the rest.  Even in MB's News>Announcing Malwarebytes 3.0, the screen shot shows 9 million + items.

It should reset automatically when a scan is evoked or scheduled showing the newest results or have an icon next to the question mark icon to clear/reset if the user chooses.

Robert

 

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It's been more than 5 months since original thread was started. MB3 has received numerous updates. Any progress on being able to clear / reset Dashboard Protection History statistics?

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No update at this point, as we're still working out bugs that other people are experiencing, this is lower on the priority list for now

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Just came across this post looking for a solution to how to clear the history - I'm assuming that there's still no news on this a year on as I can't find a way to do it?

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