If you no longer need to keep a project, you can remove it. Doing this does not delete your local copy of the Flare project; it only removes the project files from Central. All access will be denied to the project and all data associated with the project will be deleted. This frees up space on your server.
For this activity, you must have the following permission setting:
For more information about permissions, see Setting User Permissions.
- Make sure the project you want to delete does not have any builds set to “Live.” If it does, you must remove the “Live” setting on those builds before deleting the project. See Setting Builds to Live or Keep.
- On the left side of the Central interface, click . The Projects page opens.
- Do one of the following:
- Click in an empty area of the project row to select it. Then in the local toolbar click .
- Right-click on the row and select Delete Project.
- In the dialog that opens, click Delete Project.
In the next dialog, type the project name as shown and click Confirm.
Important: This extra action is necessary as a precaution, because once a project is deleted, it is permanently destroyed with no recovery.