As an AODocs super administrator, you can delete libraries created by library creators.
Learn more: Manage library creators.
|Access the library management page|
|Search for a library or filter the list of libraries|
|Delete a library|
Access the library management page
2. Press Library management in the left menu.
You can view:
- the associated storage account of all the libraries
- the statistics and metrics of your libraries: the number of documents and the number of attachments per library
- the number of subscriptions per library; learn more: Manage storage accounts
Each library type has a logo:
|Document Management libraries|
Search for a library or filter the list of libraries
1. Press the search button.
2. Enter search text. The list of libraries that match your search text is displayed.
3. You can filter the list of libraries by library type.
Delete a library
1. Press the delete button next to the library you want to delete.
2. If required, select Delete the Google Drive files owned by the storage account.
3. Press Confirm.
You can choose to Delete the Google Drive files owned by the storage account.
– If you select this option, the document attachments in the library will be moved to the Google Drive trash of the storage account and will be automatically deleted after 30 days.
– If you do not select this option, the document attachments will not be moved from their current location and you will still be able to access document attachments after the library is deleted. The permissions set on the attachments before the library deletion are kept. For example, if a library user adds an AODocs attachment to their My Drive, they will be able to access the attachments after the library is deleted.
Regardless of the selected option above, when a library is deleted:
– the storage account remains the owner of the files. In a Team Folder or a Secured Folder, you can transfer the ownership before deleting the library using the export feature.
– the library, its configuration and all documents in the library are deleted without the possibility of recovery, even by the support team.