I was noticed I filled my tracker list (due to my lack of reading about the limit, I just thought they were unlimited) but I noticed something that was a little frustrating to me. When you create a tracker you can put words in to remind yourself what you use them for etc. Well, now that its later I don't use the same tracker for the same things and some I didn't fill anything in, and now I can't add anything.
So, this is what I'm suggesting, and it shouldn't be hard to implement.
A way we can edit the tracker description at anytime (this doesn't effect the tracker at all and will not break any links etc.)
So, seem like a good/manageable idea?
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