No, we don't currently have a way for you to mark a property as "inactive."
As a work-around, we recommend that you re-name the property something like "INACTIVE - Property Name," then do one of the following, depending on your needs:
- Move them to a separate account. If you have many properties that become inactive, you can create a separate Portfolio Manager account to store them in case you need to access their data in the future. As long as you don't need to run historical reports from your main account that include their information, this is probably the best solution because it keeps the property, but keeps them out of your active accounts. If you only have one or two inactive properties, this might not be worth the effort.
- Deactivating the meters. If you have a small number of inactive properties and a small number of meters you can mark the meters as inactive. These properties will be available for running historical reports.
- Use the "Test" designation - this would keep them out of the following reports - but not automatically keep them out of Custom reports.