To delete a project, you go into it and click Delete. A popup will appear asking if you want to delete it. You click Okay. Then Khan Academy redirects you to Computer Programming. But what if my projects are so cluttered and I want to delete a lot of useless ones?
This is what I have to do to delete a lot of my projects:
- Go to projects
- Click on project you want to delete
- Click Delete
- Press Okay in popup
- You get redirected to KACP
- Go back to projects
- Repeat cycle until all you want to delete are gone
Takes so long, right? That's why I propose a faster way of deleting projects. For instance, I want to delete 8 projects.
For each project in the projects page, there's a checkbox. If you want to delete a project, tick on that box and all the other projects you want to delete. Then click a Delete button and a popup will appear asking if you want to deleted -- maybe twice to be safe. Then after the projects are deleted, you are redirected. There is also the old option though, if you want. Or make something like the showcase projects except it's for deleting projects and select what you want to delete. Then it gets deleted (with popups)
So it becomes:
- Select what you want to delete
- Delete them
- Get redirected
Thanks for your time,