I've got two that were flagged as duplicate content......I can't figure out why, and no amount of rewriting changes the status.....so I want to delete them, but there is no "delete hub" option.
What to do?
The delete button is on the outside of the hub. Travel to the hub and at the top click on delete. It will bring you into edit mode and then click done editing.
It will be held for 24 hours before you won't have access to it. Meaning, if you want to undelete it, you have that amount of time.
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