How do I delete one of my unused hubs?
I started writing a hub, got a couple of text modules down and then changed my mind about it. Is there a way to delete it completely rather than have it sitting there doing nothing?
Yes, go to it, hit edit then delete, then done editing. It will be gone in 24 hours. That's all there is to it.
All you have to do is go to your hub by clicking on its title. Then you will see the image above at the top of your hub. Just click on the 'delete' button and it should be deleted. Hope this helps.
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by myi4u 11 years ago
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