It is necessary to return to old unresolved issues from time to time to re-evaluate them because some ideas and tasks may lose their importance over time. Something that seemed crucial may become redundant or outdated.

We find 30 days as a reasonable re-evaluation period to start. If an issue wasn't resolved over a month, we doubt its importance and put through our criteria one more time. From time to time, tasks are deleted after re-evaluation.

If you have a considerable backlog and reviewing it every month seems tiring, you can set 2, 3, or more months.

If you don't want to re-evaluate old issues at all, specify 0 (zero).

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