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How to delete a project
How to delete a project
Updated over a week ago

Whenever you upload a file or set of files into Resound, you automatically create a new project.

Projects are saved temporarily, depending on what plan you are on.

  • Free trial: 60-day project storage

  • Free: 1-day project storage

  • Creator: 15-day project storage

  • Professional: 30-day project storage

  • Studio: 60-day project storage

If you leave projects untouched, they will automatically be deleted according to the timelines listed above. But if you want to delete your own projects, that's easy too! It's important to note that the timer for when your project is deleted starts after you export a project for the first time.

There are a few ways to delete a project in Resound.

1. Delete a project from the project action menu

The most common way to delete projects is from within the dashboard. To delete projects from the dashboard, follow the steps below:

  1. Log in to Resound

  2. Locate the project you want to delete

  3. Click the action menu (路路路)

  4. Click "Delete"

  5. Click "Yes, Delete" to confirm

  6. 馃帀 You're all set! Your project has been deleted

2. Delete a project that's Ready to Process

You can also delete projects that are uploaded and "ready to process." To delete projects that are uploaded and ready to process, follow the steps below.

  1. Just click the trash can icon next to the Process Audio button

  2. Click "Yes, Delete"

3. Delete a project that is ready to review

Lastly, you might want to delete a project that has been uploaded, processed, and says "Review Edits." In this scenario, you first have to do something slightly different, as outlined in the steps below:

  1. Click "Review edits"

  2. After the project opens, click the back arrow to return to the homepage

  3. Locate the project in the project list

  4. Click the action menu (路路路)

  5. Click "Delete"

  6. Click "Yes, Delete" to confirm

  7. 馃帀 You're all set! Your project has been deleted

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