In one simple step, you’re able to bulk delete multiple sites or blogs.

Once a site is deleted no one is able to view the site or access the dashboard and any one visiting the site URL will see the following message:

This blog has been archived

Do NOT delete a blog to create a new username or fix an issue with a student username.

Do NOT delete a blog to get rid of old posts or content.

Contact Edublogs support if you need to change a username or remove old posts so we can assist.

Bulk delete sites

You bulk delete sites in Dashboard > My Sites.

My Sites

Select the sites you want to delete by clicking on the check-mark next to their site title (their site title header changes to blue when selected), select ‘Delete selected blogs‘ from the ‘Bulk actions’ drop-down menu and then click Apply

Delete sites in My Sites

You’ll only see the option to select a site if you are assigned the role of an administrator or teacher.

This automatically archives the sites and remove the sites from your My Sites page.

Restore deleted site

Once a site has been deleted no one is able to create a new site with the same site URL.

Contact Edublogs Support if you’ve deleted a site by mistake and need us to bring the site back online.

Delete Student blogs

Student blogs attached to a class blog via My Class are deleted in My Class > Student blogs.

Delete student blogs