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How can I remove all my old posts ?
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Hover your cursor over your moniker in the top right corner of the page. A drop down will appear with a list of options. One of the options will be "your posts". Click on that and it will bring up a list of all your posts to NWFA. The only way I know is labor intensive but if you click on each of your old posts one at a time it should give you the option to "edit". Click on the edit option and you should be able to delete the posts.
 

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They will probably be archived on the internet somewhere, or at least on NWFA’s backup files, even if you manually delete them.
 
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I have nothing to hide - LOL. some of my posts are old and instead of updating them I want to start brand new.
Better description, better pictures etc....;)
 
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