To delete an environment on the Convolute.AI portal, follow the step-by-step instructions below. Please ensure that you have the necessary "Delete Project" permissions to perform this operation, and remember that only new environments with no configurations ever created can be deleted.
Open your web browser and go to the portal: https://relfast.convolute.ai
Log in to the portal using your credentials to access your account.
After logging in, find and click on the "Environments" tab in the left navigation bar. This will take you to the section where you can manage your environments.
Look for the environment tile that you want to delete on the landing page. If the specific environment is not visible on the current page, you can use the search functionality to filter the projects and find the desired environment.
Before proceeding with the deletion, ensure that you have permission to access that environment base type. This means that you must have the appropriate permissions to delete environments of that particular base type.
Click on the environment tile to select it. This will prompt a confirmation message to appear, asking if you are sure you want to delete the environment.
Carefully review the confirmation message to ensure that you are indeed deleting the correct environment. Deleting an environment is irreversible, and any associated data or configurations will be permanently removed.
To proceed with the deletion, click on the "Yes" button in the confirmation message.
After confirming the deletion, you will need to wait for a deletion confirmation success toast notification.
The success toast notification will indicate that the environment has been successfully deleted. At this point, the environment will be removed from the portal, and any associated configurations or applications will no longer be available.
Please be cautious when performing this operation, as deleting environments can have significant consequences for your projects and applications. Ensure that you have the necessary permissions and are certain about the deletion before proceeding.