I tried to start a Hub yesterday with video of my pets - could not get the video loaded - now I just want to wipe out the Hub as if it never existed - how can I do this - I have deleted all the modules but the Hub is still on my account - is there a wipe out button?
If you deleted the hub when you reload it will show a line through it on your account page. If this is the case it will be deleted in a couple of days.
If not then you havent deleted it properly.
open up your hub. Then instead of clicking on edit at the top click on delete and then close your hub. Now go back into your account page and see if it has a line through it with delete on it. if so it will go as said before.
Many thanks Eileen I am just picking this message up
Eileen I followed your instructions and the line has now appeared - thanks again
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