Ok, so I am trying to write a bunch of stuff and keep it in one account.... thing is, I just reached the half way point and realised it's in this account. Doh!!
Now, I'd like the unique url I created.... so I wondered: If I delete my hub under this name and quickly/instantly create the hub in my other account ... will the unique url be available to me? Or is it lost forever once it's been used once, even if I delete it?
(I hope that made sense!)
Although, if push comes to shove, I could just re-write it slightly differntly. Not a biggie, but I could kick myself sometimes.
Wilderness is correct. If you delete a hub, it will be gone in 24 hours, and the URL goes back to the pool (becomes available again). So there shouldn't be any problem afterwards.
Cheers. I'll make two hubs of it then.... just annoyed at myself now. Waste not want not... a quick re-write and job's a good 'un.
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