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Delete snippets whose public github gist has been deleted

Or at least give us gist owners the option to delete our snippets once we log in with the same github user that made the original gist. Neither seems possible at the moment, so it's seemingly impossible to delete faulty, dangerous or accidental gists once they're on snip2code.

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    Johan SundströmJohan Sundström shared this idea  ·   ·  Admin →
    under review  ·  Fabio NosenzoAdminFabio Nosenzo (Consultant, Snip2Code) responded  · 

    Dear Johan,
    Thank you for your feedback.
    You are perfectly right and you can manage your gists by going to this page: http://www.snip2code.com/User/Index#thirdparty where you wil be able to import all your gists into your Snip2Code account. Moreover, the already existing gists that have been imported in the past, will be moved to your account as well. In this way you will be able to fully manage those snippets at your will.
    Please let us know if this can solve your problem, and happy coding with Snip2Code!
    The Snip2Code Team

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      • Adrian LewisAdrian Lewis commented  · 

        The service is currently returning a 503.

      • KaylaKayla commented  · 

        My gist was accidentally set as piblic on my github and published on snip2code by a third party. I've never had a snip2code account! The gist is now deleted from my github and i'd like to remove it from snip2code (and from google search results!). What do I do?

      • Fabio NosenzoAdminFabio Nosenzo (Consultant, Snip2Code) commented  · 

        Dear Johan,
        Thank you for your feedback.
        You are perfectly right and you can manage your gists by going to this page: http://www.snip2code.com/User/Index#thirdparty where you wil be able to import all your gists into your Snip2Code account. Moreover, the already existing gists that have been imported in the past, will be moved to your account as well. In this way you will be able to fully manage those snippets at your will.
        Please let us know if this can solve your problem, and happy coding with Snip2Code!
        The Snip2Code Team

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