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Home Forums TECHNICAL STUFF How to delete a post

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    Ivana
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    Hello everyone, this is probably really simple but I’m having trouble figuring out how to delete a previous post. I had accidentally posted the message 3 times but am unable to delete the repeat posts. I have only been able to find the edit option. Maybe I’m not looking in the right place? What would be the best way to delete a previous post? Thanks


    #1878482

    Ivana
    Participant

    Sorry, I think just found the answer to my post under another question. So the best way to delete a post is to either contact a forum leader (with a blue tag) or to send an alert on the post you want to be deleted right? If so, what would be the better solution of the two options?


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    jerseygirl
    Moderator

    Hi Ivana

    Sending the alert is the best option. It sends an email to the whole admin team and whoever is available at the time can delete the duplicate posts.
    I just found your duplicates and have deleted them.


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