Somewhere down the line, when convenient, it would be nice to give the option to remove those oh-so-threads-of-so-long-ago. This particularly applies to the sandpit threads.
Do you mean to make it possible for the creator of a thread to delete it after a certain amount of time? I don't know how easy that might be to implement (and I am sure there are some other considerations that might make this less than ideal), but I can certainly bring it up in our next community meeting!
I have one hub that I unpublished because it was less than good. I re-did and published it, but the old one still sits there unpublished. That, I would like to be able to remove. Is there a way?
It would be good for HP Central to remove old threads that contain no valuable information. The number of ancient threads that are resurrected by spammers is getting boring!
I did a darn poor job of communication last time. Let me give it another shot.
What I mean is that when we go to http://hubpages.com/forum/your , I'd like an unfollow/remove option next to each listed thread. Objective being that next time I go to http://hubpages.com/forum/your , it wont be listed there again.
In other words I'd like http://hubpages.com/forum/your to be as http://hubpages.com/my/activity/forum-topics-following already is, which is perfect.
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