Deleting a Location

Deleting a Location

Locations can be deleted from the Location Tree by selecting the option Delete from the menu which appears by right-clicking on a node. Locations cannot be deleted until all locations under them (child locations) have been deleted.


Administrators are able to see hidden and deleted nodes by selecting the eye icon at the bottom left of the Location Tree. 




Clicking on this eye icon will show nodes that are deleted as greyed out and with a strike through. 


Selecting one of these nodes will give users the ability to either Undelete or Permanently Delete a node. Selecting the eye icon again will hide these hidden and deleted nodes.


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