What is the Trash folder?
The trash folder stores manually removed reports from the Reports section. Reports can also be deleted if the report owner leaves the organization or loses access to the Analytics module. Users with Manage/Edit access to any Analytics module as Global permission can access the Trash Folder via Admin Settings' Roles section.
Deleted reports display a countdown indicating the remaining days until permanent deletion. All deleted reports stay in the trash folder for 180 days before automatic permanent removal. Only reports you originally had access to are visible in the trash folder; otherwise, deleted reports are not visible to you.
Please note that one can only delete the reports that they're owners of. These can be found in the "Owned Reports" section.
How to delete a report temporarily
You can delete a report in two ways:
From the report list page: On the report list page, click on the Ellipsis option() and choose the “Remove” option to delete the report.
From the individual report page: On the report page, click on the Ellipsis option() and choose the “Move to trash” option to delete the report.
How to delete a report permanently
To delete a report permanently, locate the required report in the Trash folder. Click on the Ellipsis icon () and choose the “Delete forever” option.
You are nudged to confirm the deletion of the report as this cannot be undone. Once confirmed, the report is permanently deleted.
How to recover a report
You can recover a report from the Trash folder. To recover a report, locate the required report in the Trash folder. Click on the Ellipsis icon and choose the “Recover” option.
How to clone a report in the trash folder
Only the report owner will have the ability to delete/restore from the trash. Other users can Clone the report to maintain a copy. Users can view the report in the trash if they had view access to the report before it was deleted.
To clone a report, locate the required report in the Trash folder. Click on the Ellipsis icon and choose the “Clone” option.