Unable to change a project type from mini-series to tv series

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I have a project that is in development (year is ????) and was miscategorized as a Mini-Series when it should be a TV Series.  I have tried via the Title format change using "<title> (????) but the requested change is rejected.  I've tried  various other keywords (tv-series, tv-movie, etc.) but it is always rejected.
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Pierre Lapointe

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Jeorj Euler

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Hi, Pierre Lapointe. In that case, your objective is to delete "tv-mini-series" from the collection of keywords assigned to the title, I suppose.
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Not sure how you delete a keyword from a title other than excluding it from the entry in which case that didn't work.
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Pierre: Please post the link to this project's IMDb page so the contributors here can take a look at the problem.
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The shortcut URL to the pertinent submission form is https://contribute.imdb.com/updates?update=tt6799404:keywords.correct.all. There is normal way of accessing the form having such data fields; and it involves clicking the "Edit page" button toward the bottom of tt6799404, selecting the "Correct / Delete" option (in place of the default value of "No change") in the drop-down selection corresponding to Keywords row found in the "Plot & Quotes" section of the submission main menu form for the particular title, and then clicking the "Continue »" button, furthermore using the "Correct all" feature, proceeding further by clicking "Check these updates »" button. (Note: It is not necessary to use the "Correct all" feature if "Correct / Delete" is selected for a specific item of interest.)
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That worked!  Thanks so much!