I was away for over a year. I'm looking at an unpublished thing that I don't want to work on anymore, and want to delete. I can't see where you delete anything. It used to be an option at the top of a particular page. Can someone point me to where to find the 'delete' button?
Go to a hub and in the upper left hand is the delete buton
Go to your account page, click on the hub then you will see the delete button. However, keep in mind that when a hub is unpublished, you still have proof of copyright date. When a hub is deleted you lose that proof. This is important to know in case someone steals your hub.
Thanks all. I found it. I wonder if I'm not going blind. I guess sometimes I look too hard and can't see what is right in front of me.
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