How can I delete a Tile?

How can I delete a Tile?

There are 2 options that you can use to delete or remove a Tile; you have two options:

1- ´╗┐Right-click on the Tile and choose Delete.

2- Drag and drop the Tile over the Remove button in the top center

Note: If you right-click on a tile and the Symbaloo drop-down menu does not appear, please check your mouse/trackpad and/or browser settings.

Have a look at the tutorial for detailed instructions:

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