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    How do i delete a post?
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    s_coy2008 posted:
    put up a post and now i would like to delete it how do i do that?
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    DavidHueben responded:
    Posters cannot delete posts. That can only be done by a moderator.

    DMH
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    Anon_527 responded:
    Click on you avatar picture or user name and you will see a list of postings you have done. The only posts in the list are your two recent ones. 2008 was at least one software revision ago for the WebMD communities, so your post may have already been archived or deleted.

    As the other poster said, though, you can not delete your own posts. Only a moderator can.
     
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi there!

    You can hit the "Report this" button in your post then write a brief note that you want your own post deleted and the reason why. A member of the moderator team can look at the information to determine if a post should come down.

    Hope that helps!

    Haylen
     
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    reitze responded:
    In general, bloggers get to post any desired self-correction post. That's good for most anything unless you said something you were embarrassed to share. Those are just over/done/too-late except a mod may help if asked nicely. Good luck if its like that - and if it is just consider that the politicians have all kinds of crazy things said and it's not such a big deal. Like they do - just move on and forget about it and so might everyone else.


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