Hello everyone!

I wanted to know if there exists any way by which we can undo the Accepted submission for a solution which was submitted by me previously at some point of time, or at least make it such that the problem goes to the unsolved section and not in the solved section.

**Reason:** I am using the CF Analytics Extension which basically shows the number of problems solved for each rating range in the form of a bar graph. I noticed that my 800 rated problems solved are too high and it overshadows my other higher rated problems in the graph. This is because I earlier used to solve 800 rated problems to maintain my daily streak and now I regret it heavily when I look at my chart.

For instance, consider the given two graphs:

- Benq $$$\displaystyle orz$$$

As you can clearly see that the second graph looks much much better in comparison to the first one. Now imagine if Benq would have solved 800-900, 800 rated problems then the graph would ... still look good, but... not as good as it looks now.

That's why I want to unsubmit my previous 800 rated submissions, not all of them, but at least some of them so as to make the graph look better. Or, remove the AC's or somehow make the height of 800 rated graph go down (not by zooming out). As long as I am in div.2 range even if I only solve >800 rated while upsolving, during the contest or during a virtual I have to forcefully submit a 800 rated problem which will result in increasing my 800 rated problems anyway. So, at least remove the non-contest 800 rated problems.

**Also,** I know that this graph doesn't by any means affect my problem solving skills or my rating. But it still looks much much better and much more self-convincing. Especially when I solve a higher rated problem, come back to my profile to see the graph improve.

If I have 200, 800R problems and I recently managed to solve my first 2800R problem, I would barely manage to see a pixel of that in the graph (which really hurts, since I had to put a lot of effort into the problem to solve it).

**Is there any way to do so?**

you can do 2 things:

1. Make a new account(this is the beta choice)

2. Grind higher rated problems so your graph looks like benq's graph(this is the sigma choice)

practically impossible

I’m so happy to see others who think about this 'useless' stuff like I do!

Why am I getting so many downvotes though?

I just asked if a certain feature was available or possible.

Probably because first you wanted a good-looking heatmap and now you want a good-looking chart. These are not the right metrics to chase for. Solving more number of questions of higher rating would be more helpful :)

I just want to ask you one thing. Why?

The intro

Reason:and the last para completely answers your question.Are you guys simply just downvoting my blog without even reading it fully first?

no i have not voted yet. I just don't know why you're obsessed with number of high rated problems only. It doesn't make sense.

Because if I can solve higher rated problems while upsolving, only then, there is a mild chance that I might be able to solve them in an ongoing contest. Otherwise, how will I manage to solve those in future?

Also, the number of high-rated problems solved, gives an idea of how much I have progressed over time.

you should solve higher rated problems, I'm not saying you shouldn't. I'm just saying there's no sense in removing submissions for lower rated problems because it simply does nothing. In my opinion I and You both must practice higher rated probelms and reach expert soon. :) Best of luck.

Thanks!

Hope that I can reach expert too without solving higher rated problems.