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I'm using Ubuntu 12.10 and I'm having a Ubuntu One account. I synchronize a photo folder with it. Synchronizing is OK and my photo of that folder is in that cloud. The thing is now I want to delete some photos of that folder in that cloud but there is no option to delete a photo.

How do I remove some photos in the cloud?

Thank you.

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up vote 6 down vote accepted
  • Browse to the file.
  • Click on More and then Delete File as shown in the image below:

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hi green7. i didn't see that area. directly i'm click to the photos tab.and inside that theres no any delete thank you vary much for showing me the path. – Thusitha Sumanadasa Mar 20 '13 at 8:39
how do I "brows" the cloud folder? when I click on "Explore" , the folder on computer opens, not the "Cloud" folder........ – Corey Fairbanks Jan 29 '14 at 4:11

you can delete them on the ubuntu one website ubuntu one login at there you can delete the files and documents by cliking more one the side the last option is delete (the last one with a been sign). That easy.

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If you delete the files from your local machine, they will also be deleted on the server; assuming the folder is still subscribed to on the machine, and thus synchronizing with the server.

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