Titles hanging for indefinite amounts of time under a production status

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I have various projects listed on my IMDB, each of which have had a different production status listed.  Some in pre-production, post-production, Completed, etc.

I simply want any of these titles that are actually completed to no longer list COMPLETED next to the title.  This is keeping these titles at the TOP of my IMDB above my other more relevant and recent credits.  Some of these titles have been sitting on my IMDB with a certain production status for years now.  Today I went through and listed each project that is actually finished as COMPLETED.  IMDB accepted these production status changes, but now they are still sitting at the TOP of my IMDB listed as Completed next to them.

How can these projects be updated to where they list NO FORM OF PRODUCTION STATUS NEXT TO THEM (since they've been completed for years now) so that they will stop sitting at the top of my IMDB page above my other more recent and relevant credits?

My IMDB page: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm2584288/?ref_=nv_sr_srsg_0

Here are the Title submissions that I changed to Completed.  However they don't need to list Completed next to them:

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8991400/ - 191227-183601-035000

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt4531400/ - 191227-183438-730000

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7360460/ - 191227-183403-029000

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7289550/ - 191227-183246-015000

https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5341180/ - 191227-183023-798000

Thank you!
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Posted 5 months ago

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Ed Jones(XLIX)

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Please state the release dates for each of the 5 titles in question above here.
Where they were released for viewing? (country)
How they were released?


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Ed Jones(XLIX)

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eye, tweetynine IS NOT NEW.
He is a sockpuppet that has been suspended several times.
He also is a hit and run agitator. He creates a new account and deletes them, abandons them, or gets suspended.
His current name has changed three times in 5 days.
He has bee a **** in the *** for about 9 months to a year.
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tweetynine

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Never been suspended or banned like you have on several occasions. I have always closed my own accounts.
Be nice in 2020 and you may get what you have always wanted, to be in charge. But as of today you have no authority whatsoever.
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Ed Jones(XLIX)

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Yes 3 times for being an agitator like you. I have no desire to be in charge of anything
Stop being what you are. An agitator.
Please respect this forum and stop with your snide remarks.
Thanks.
And IF you have any decency, you won't reply.
But I could probably bet you cannot resist being an ***********
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eye M.D.B

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You both, tweety & Ed, would not believe it, but even your quarrel helps me a lot: I actually was struggling with leaving IMDB, because (you surely know that ) social networking is really addictive, because leaving creates the fear of losing out.

So I came here to put a closure to it with my last thoughts, and you both helped me by showing me how easy it is to get entangled again, thinking about others more than myself, and also to get entangled in arguments which I have experienced more in social networks than irl (I guess because irl one can relate to a whole person but in the net only to a concept or specific side).

So in a way - as ironic as it sounds, I actually have to thank the both of you for showing how much of my life-energy is wasted when getting obsessive about other people's lifes instead of "knowing myself" as the ancient Greeks said.

In a way all of us 3 have something in common: Being on & off certain websites (29 voluntary, Ed by force, and me soon).All I can say is: Whenever people are entangled, whether in a relationship or arguments, by my experience in life it so far was the case that mostly all parts were somehow involved - if not actively then often due to a similar mindset which often is not recognised.

There is a hidden axis of thought which we often don't recognise and within a fight especially our ego strongly resists to recognise.
(a good example is politics where the extreme left & right become similar again).

The most constructive thing the both of you can do is to find out where this axis for you lies, because then you turned your counterpart into a valuable teacher  - without even having to thank him - hahaha.
As to where this axis lies  I could not see - it might be something you both probably never even addressed, but feel strongly about deep inside.

Anyay, to the both of you:
I can't thank you enough for having given me for the first time in my life a reason for moving on without myself being the one who felt hurt or angry.
I really with the both of you the very best and whilst I know that your thing has its own dynamic and will go on as long as it has to,
please know that in my case your quarrels actually had a real purpose and brought out something beautiful
(like the mud is the soil of the lotus flower ;-)

Thanks guys, I will remember you with love !
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You're welcome.
I'm a sitting target with an unabashed opinion on a lot of topics. So I am a magnet for the 50% that disagree. But I don't hide. Like others do behind a facade of a "Fake" identity.
I am absolutely comfortable as I am. I need not bend for anyone that states no name for all to see.
So when a person who is of a full name here asks something of me and wishes my adjustment, I'm all ears and open to said adjustment.
Tweety is a cartoon.
N'uff said.
Peace to you Doctor.
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Chase Coleman

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To solve the issue I had you must update each title with a production status of "Released."  You should also provide a link or information as to where it has been released as well as a release date.

Thank you to those who lead the way for me in the beginning to finding the solution.
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Just make sure they are "released".
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Hi Chase, 

To solve the issue, please submit the release date to the title pages using the 'edit page' button. This will then automatically change the production status so that it will no longer display as completed. 

Thanks
Meredith