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.
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.
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.