Delete version controlled Projects?

I created some test Projects and enabled Version Control with GitHub backing. Now I would like remove these test projects at least from the overview/dashboard. How do I remove unused version controlled projects?

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Hi @DIST_Technology_Dev_Systems,

Thanks for reaching out, and welcome to the Octopus community!

You can find the option to delete your projects on the General Settings page.

Once you select the Delete option, you will see a new prompt asking you to enter the name of the project being deleted as an extra precaution. Once you enter the name and select DELETE, the project will be removed from the Octopus UI.

We also have an example script here which would allow you to delete your projects via the API if you prefer that option.

This deletion process does not remove any files or directories from your Git repository, so you will still need to clean those up afterward if you would like.

Please let me know if this helps or if you think of any other questions for us.


Thank you very much! Not sure how I didn’t see that before!

Hi @DIST_Technology_Dev_Systems,

You’re quite welcome! Please let us know if there’s anything else we can do to help.


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