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How do I delete my old threads?

Nurses   (3,551 Views 12 Comments)
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How do I delete my old threads?

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Ya can't. A moderator has to do it for you. Sorry.

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:chuckle :roll :rotfl:

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Love-A-Nurse has 19 years experience and specializes in LTC, ER, ICU,.

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originally posted by obnurseheather

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heather

heather, you are too funny! :) originate poster, you may edit your post if you like.

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You could go into each one of your threads and hit edit and then delete what you wrote.

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you hit unsubscribe........like, I do not mean duh, but duh' with luv'

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I didn't know that unsubscribe would delete the post????? I thought that it would just remove it from your view but not everyone elses. As already stated, you can not delete threads without the moderator to do it for you. You can edit the content of your posts if you like.

Heather, your too funny!:chuckle

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Heather, You are too cool!

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bandaidexpert is a BSN, RN and specializes in MDS Coordinator, CWS.

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Heather, where do you get this stuff?????

:roll :chuckle :smokin:

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Only a moderator or Brian can delete posts. You can however edit your own posts and remove everything you said,

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