I have a few article topics I put in place to write about and needs editing now I have decided to go another route. How to I go about deleting them. The there have been questions that had no response so I wanted to delete those also in the question/answer section.
Your hub will have the option of delete at the top of the page, just click on that. As to forum topics, I don't know how to delete these, as I have tried to myself, especially the ones that receive no response, but I don't think there is a way of deleting them.
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