I have a bad habit of starting articles, only to want to edit them later and then deciding to totally re-do it. I know that the original URL stays the same, even after you edit the title.
So, I want to know how do you delete drafts and unpublished articles on hubpages. They are starting confuse me. LOL I have too many of them.
I think delete hub button at the top of the hub will not come until we publish the hub. So first publish it then delete it. Deleted hub disappear in your account page after 24 hours time.
You would delete any hub by clicking on delete at the top of the hub.
It's irrelevant whether or not hub is published.
When you click on delete, it will automatically enter edit mode. You need to click, done editing, to complete the deletion sequence.
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