I have a Hub that I messed up and started twice, can someone tell me how to delete 1? Thanks
Go to the hub and look at the three tabs on the top. Hit the delete tab. It will disappear in about 24 hours.
Answers to this and other common questions can be found in the site FAQ.
If you go to your account, look at the list of your hubs and find the one you wish to delete.
Click on the hub name. DO NOT click on "Edit"
When you get to the hub, you will see three options across the top
in a black box. "Delete" will be the third option.
Hope this helps.
I can be such a bonehead lol I didn't even see the delete button. Thanks!
1. Go to your account page
2. Click on the title of the hub you want to delete (do not click on edit)
3. There should be a thick black bar at the top of your hub
4. There are 3 buttons there: edit stats delete
5. Click on the delete button
6.Go back to your account page and you should see that the hub is marked to be deleted.
7. It takes 24 hours to be deleted (in case you change your mind you can undelete it within that time period).
Hi, Ann Poplar! If you want to delete a hub, just click the title of your unpublished hub. This will direct you to the hub page that you want to edit or delete. Once you are on that page, you'll see three buttons at the center of your page. These buttons are edit, stat and delete. Since you want to delete an article, just hit that button and confirm.
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