Is it possible to delete or at least hide your own data explorer query when you know you've only been testing something and don't want it to show?
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No, you cannot currently hide queries that you've ran, but better query organization tools are on the todo list that will hopefully address this and other concerns.
We keep track of all executed queries to monitor for abusive behaviour, so following any changes you'd only be able to at most "hide" them (similar to deleted posts here), but from the user perspective that should amount to the same thing.
Just to clarify, since people keep commenting about it – this is on the todo list, just be patient.
No, you cannot, but you can edit the name and description so as to no longer be meaningful (e.g. Name = "Delete me", Description = "select 1").