How Do I Delete A Queued Post?

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How To Trash A Post

From your Queue, find the post you’d like to delete. Click '...' to see more options, then choose Trash.

For example, if you had a Category called 'Inspiration' and you deleted a post from it from your Twitter account, all the posts in your Queue for that  category and profile (Sub-Queue) will move up one place.

Bulk-Trash Posts

Click  'Bulk-Trash Posts' at the top to delete only the posts that are visible (if you have filters applied).  If you want to delete all Evergreen posts with images, for a specific category and profile, you can apply those filters and then use the Bulk-Trash option.

Where to find your trashed posts

Your trashed posts can be found by clicking Trash on the top left-hand side of your screen. 

NOTE: You can restore deleted posts for up to 30 days, after which the Trashed posts will be deleted automatically.

From here, you can still Edit A Post or Save A Post As Draft without deleting the post completely.

You can also restore all trashed posts, or delete them all from the trash by clicking the buttons on the top-right of the screen.

💡Posts in the trash still count towards your Queue limit.
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