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Removing projects from Unity Cloud Build

Discussion in 'Unity Cloud Build' started by matbrummitt, Sep 12, 2015.

  1. ThermodynamicsMakesMeHot


    Feb 14, 2015
    I don't see what the problem is allowing a deleting for those people who really don't care about losing everything because these were all just test projects and now full of nonsense and invalid data your stuck with it.

    2015....and here there still is no option for a user to control their own data. How far is too far protecting people from their own ineptitude?

    Why not add a recycle bin akin to archive that will delete after 60 days..maybe too long but still that would at least allow the garbage to be taken out.
    Print3d and Kiwasi like this.
  2. Print3d


    Oct 22, 2017
    I actually found out that every little simple test project i made since i started playing with the editor (around two months ago, really a beginner) is still there and to my surprise there's no way to delete it... This has to be sorted out or, AT LEAST, make it clear that when the editor starts by default you are actually saving everything in the Cloud without being able to remove anything...

    Can't quote this enough .
  3. AnneSchmidt


    Aug 8, 2016
    I've been absent for a while and deleting projects we added to the cloud build is still not possible, as is deleting the organisations we created...
    Last edited: Dec 4, 2017
  4. gaveitatry


    Feb 24, 2018
    It was reported on Nov 02, 2015, that deleting projects is disabled TEMPORARILY until Unity implements a better approach. It is now Feb 24, 2018, over three years later. Unity, your idea of "temporary" is bogus. I am really OCD about having projects that I want completely erased still lurking around somewhere. I don't want these projects "archived" or "disabled". I want them completely erased! Why can't you understand that?

    So Aram-Azhari provided some information in post#23 on how to delete these projects.
    curl -X DELETE -H "Authorization: Basic yourAPIkey"

    But I have no idea what I am supposed to do with this line of code. I don't know what a Unity terminal is. There is this link where you can enter your API key at the top left of the page and then navigate to 'Archive Projects' and type in your-organization-name and yourprojectIDnumber. But anytime that I do that, I get this as a result:

    No Content, Status: 204

    Also, according to Aram-Azhari in post#23, there is supposed to be a "Disable Project" section, not a "Archive Project" section, on this page. Regardless, I don't know how to get this curl -X command to work, and I don't want to disable or archive anything. I just want to completely erase things that I no longer need or want.

    Unity, you used to provide a "delete" option. And you told us 3.25 years ago that you only TEMPORARILY disabled the "delete" option. It is about time you put an end to this TEMPORARY business and give us a way to delete projects again. Just add additional warnings like "Do you understand that blah blah" and prompt the manager to click OK, I Understand - DO IT! confirmation buttons.

  5. Quadrant


    May 8, 2013
    Wow this is horse dung. Its my content, I want it deleted permanently. The fact that its still archived means I do not actually control my content. Do I really need to get a lawyer involved?