In Widgetable you can’t delete a pet, but you can remove co-parenting

In the Widgetable app, there is a restriction when it comes to deleting pets, but there is an option to remove co-parenting. Currently, deleting a path completely is not possible. However, there are steps you can follow to work around this limitation.

To begin, go to the paths tab within the app. Once there, the options available will depend on whether you have co-parenting enabled for that specific path. If co-parenting is enabled, tap on the three dots located in the top-right corner of the screen. From the dropdown menu, select "Co-Parenting" and enable it for the desired path.

After co-parenting has been added to the path, you can then tap on the path without co-parenting and select "Inactivated". This action will essentially make the path dormant, causing it to move to the bottom of your list. It's important to note that, while the path cannot be removed entirely, making it dormant achieves a similar outcome.

To activate the dormant path again, simply tap on it and choose to "Wake" it up. This will bring it back to an active state. It's worth mentioning that, even though you cannot delete paths completely, you have the option to gift a path to a friend within the app.

While the inability to delete paths entirely may seem strange, it's important to understand the reasoning behind this decision. Widgetable likely implemented this feature to prevent accidental deletion or loss of important data. By making paths dormant instead of deleting them, users have the ability to reactivate them at any time, avoiding any potential data loss or regret.

Overall, while the limited deletion functionality may present some inconveniences, Widgetable offers a workaround that allows users to effectively manage their paths within the app.

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