I have kept my awnings out in rain over many years. One was and A&E and now the Zip Dee. I had issues with puddling twice....both my bad. I forgot to tilt one side both times. Got lucky with the A&E...no damage. Had to replace the support arm on the Zip Dee.
With today's availability of real time weather on your smart phone, there is really no reason to roll it up for every little absence from the site. If you are leaving for the whole day.....you make the call.
I do use anchors if the general forecast is for 15 - 20 mph winds with gusts. If there are thunderstorms in the area, I roll it up if I'm not going to be there.
Not that big of a deal if you use your common sense. I don't treat the awning any differently than the patio umbrella/furniture at home, as far as when to move/cover etc.
"If the women don't find you handsome, they should at least find you handy." - Red Green