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How do I delete conversations?

Discussion in 'Feedback' started by Sgt Floyd, Mar 24, 2012.

  1. Sgt Floyd

    Sgt Floyd Well-Known Member

    Maybe I'm just missing something or can you not? :confused:
  2. Bill Bubble Guy

    Bill Bubble Guy Active Member

    It doesn't look like you can actually delete them as such Sargey.

    You do have the option of leaving a conversation. If you do that it will remove it from your list though I gather it technically remains upon the list of the other participant or participants who have been invited to join the conversation.

    You are for the record given the further option when you leave of whether you want to be alerted if or when somebody else makes a new reply to choose whether you wish to return or not. But in the end the way it works presently you cannot delete a conversation in the absolute sense.
  3. Sgt Floyd

    Sgt Floyd Well-Known Member

    Bleh...I have a weird OCD about those types of things. I like having an empty inbox. So I assume that since we can't delete them, we have "unlimited space" in a sense for them
  4. Bill Bubble Guy

    Bill Bubble Guy Active Member

    Yes that is right as I understand. Conversations can literally go on forever never running out of room to add to them.

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