Video: How to Edit or Delete Cronjob via cPanel


This video tutorial provides Step-by-Step instructions for how to edit or delete cronjob via cPanel in cPanel Shared Hosting account.

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"How to Edit or Delete Cronjob via cPanel"

Log into your cPanel account. You will be on this page. Scroll down to go to the "Advanced" section and click on the "Cronjobs" icon.

Scroll down to go to current cronjobs and locate the cronjob you want to edit.

In front of the cronjob we want to edit, there is an "Edit" option. Go and click on it.

You can change the time and frequency of a cronjob. For example, let's change "once a day" to "once an hour".

After making the required changes, click on the button "Edit Line".

That's it. You have successfully edited the cronjob. To delete the cronjob, go and click on the "Delete" button. Press "Delete" again.

That's it. The cronjob has been successfully deleted. Thank you for watching.

Learn more about How to Setup WHMCS Cron Job for Task Automation.

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