Yes, Erica, that sounds good.
Not sure what you mean by 'censoring all' but I think you mean 'specifying a censor window start and end date'. Yes, censoring all trims the cohort periods by both the start and end date.
However, 'Censoring Events' are a way to pick random events from a patient history that can 'end' your cohort presence. This is different then censoring window which is used to 'bound' a cohort to a calendar period of time. Maybe censoring events is the wrong term or censoring window is the wrong term, but, to Erica's point: censoring events and cohort exit criteria are specifically for defining the cohort end dates.
I think it makes sense to keep 'Censor Window' it's own separate thing.