Removing Hub and the Things Connected to It from Stringify

Removing the Things Connected to Your Hub from Stringify

If you would like to remove an individual Thing that is connected to your Hub from Stringify please follow these steps.

A. Tap on Things from your Dashboard. Find the Thing you would like to remove, tap and hold on the icon, revealing the (X) in the top right hand corner. Tap (X) and the Thing will be removed from your Things Library. Tap (Done) and you exit the edit mode for your Things Library. 

B. You can also remove the Thing directly by going to the SmartThings detail screen. Tap on SmartThings icon in your Things Library, scroll down to the list of Connected Things. Tap and hold on the Thing you would like to remove this will reveal an (X) in the top right hand corner. Tap (X) and the Thing will be removed from your Things Library. Tap (Done) and you exit the edit mode. 

* Note: Before removing the Thing from Stringify be sure it is not being used  in any Flows. 

Removing Your Hub from Stringify

If you would like to remove your Hub from Stringify be sure to remove all the Things connected to it are removed from Stringify first. 

A. For all Hubs successfully added to your Stringify account, simply tap and hold on the SmartThings icon. This will reveal an (X) in the top right hand corner. Tap (X) and the SmartThings hub will be removed from your Things Library. Tap (Done) and you exit the edit mode.

B. You will be able to delete a hub also by tapping on it in your Library and deleting it from the the Thing detail screen. Again, all associated Things with that Hub will be removed as well. 

C. When deleting a hub, you will be prompted and asked if you are sure that you want to delete that Hub as it will delete all the things associated with it.

D. If you would like to add the Hub back to your Library, follow the steps listed under Adding the Hub and the associated Things. 

* Note: Before removing the Hub from Stringify, be sure to remove individual Things connected to the Hub from Stringify. 

 

 

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