Please could someone tell me how to delete a draft (not published) Hub? I have saved a number of Hub titles with the intention of writing and publishing them but no longer want to write on these subjects. I can see how to delete a published Hub, but not a draft one. Many thanks.
Sorry, Alison, I can't answer your question but I have to ask you - did you have an article about Squidoo published in Writer's Forum in 2009?
Hello Alison Graham, If you would like to delete an article draft, click on the title of the draft you would like to delete and then click the 'Delete' button in the Author Center.
Thank you Matt. I was hitting the 'edit' button and not seeing a 'delete' option - I have now been able to delete the draft Hubs that I wanted to.
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by Maina Ndungu 3 years ago
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by Nathan Bernardo 6 years ago
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