Frequently Asked Questions
- How to countersign an experiment
- How to create an experiment
- How to delete or archive an experiment
- How to show archived experiments
- How to sign an experiment
- How to write an experiment
- Searching through experiments
- What are experiment versions
- What is an experiment
- What is the size of files I can upload
- What kind of files can I upload
- How to add an inventory member
- How to create a reagent
- How to create an inventory
- How to delete a reagent
- How to edit a reagent
- How to export an inventory
- How to import reagents
- How to remove an inventory member
- How to show archived reagents
- What are experiments inside reagents
- What is a reagent
- What is an inventory
If you wish to delete your account, you can do so at any moment.
Deleting the account will remove all your own protocols and notebook accesses, but not your experiments nor studies as they belong to the notebook.
The account name will become available to use on a new account.
Take care of your notebooks
You may be the only member of one of more notebooks.
Before you delete your account, you should archive those notebooks, or give access to them to an other user.
Back it up
Before you delete your account, be sure to backup all your protocols as they will be destroy and won’t be recoverable.
Once an account has been deleted, Hivebench cannot restore your protocols list.
Deleting your account
Click on the “My profile” link in your, located on your username at the top right of the screen.
Read the warning about deleting your account and click on the “Delete your account” button.