Deleting idgard® iOS App Objects

Deleting idgard® iOS App Objects

Deleting idgard® iOS App Objects

As a user, you require delete permission to delete the files of other Box members. If you do not have this permission, you can only delete your own files, folders or messages.

Proceed as follows:

  1. T ap the 3-dot menu in the top-right corner.
  2. Select the "Select" option.
  3.   Select the object to be deleted using the check box.
  4.   Select the “Delete” option in the footer.

If you have not activated the recycle bin feature in the idgard® browser app or you are not using the Sealed Backup, the object is permanently deleted.


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