I would like to change my sub domain, Is there any way to do this or will I have to delete and create a new account?
I see that your account is new and you have no articles in it, so if you want to change your subdomain, you can simply delete your current account and create a new one. Your subdomain is based on your user ID, and that cannot be changed. Welcome to HP!
Ok, well thank you very much! How do I do about deleting my account?
You don't have to delete your current account to open a new one. Many users maintain, two, three, or even more accounts specializing in different topics. You may need a different email address though, since the system only allows one per email. However, if you have Gmail, you can use the period trick to assign more than one account to your email.
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