I posted a QUESTION, which I later found out is one that does not apply to such a vast audience. I need to delete it, take it down...whatever. I see no way to do this. I asked for "help" from HP....NO RESPONSE.....I checked into the help pages and if the directions are there, I did not find them. Can ANY one help me to know how to REMOVE a question that I posed??
You can flag the question, then explain in a note why you want it removed. But I looked at your question, you got a reply, and I see nothing wrong with the question. Why can you not leave it intact, as it is completely harmless.
Thank you so much for replying. I DID precisely what you suggest. I flagged it with explanantion....hours ago! No action from that.
The REASON it needs to come down is because.....I was not aware that "Mighty Taco" is ONLY a LOCAL franchise as opposed to National. 99% of people have never even HEARD of Might Taco....Do you see now, why it needs to come down?
You are very welcome. Staff does not always respond quickly. I understand, and I did read your answer on your own question. I still see no compelling reason why it has to come down: Trial and error is part of how we all learn on the site. We can all learn from each other's experiences.
I'm not concerned with "appeal,"...thank you. The question cannot be answered by anyone from outside a small geographical area......which is nearly 99% of our readers. That seems rather senseless........Thank you
Anyone can look up the name in a few minutes before answering your question. Besides, you have yourself answered the question, giving additional guidance.
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