I have post 8 hubs in hubpages but only 1 is approved and 7 are for revision.
I want to delete those 7 but I did not find any option.
Is there some features available to delete or not?
It feel me very odd by seeing so many hubs needs revision so I want to delete and want to post new fresh hubs
You can delete by going to My account- edit and delete. But why would you want to delete your hubs?
Just make the needed changes and you will be able to have them published. Just make sure that yours follow all those criteria mentioned in the list and you will be cleared in a matter of hours.
Best wishes to you there
You please go through the HP content policies and make necessary changes and send for review. There is great chance for acccepting.
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