1. Navigate to the Creator Dashboard: https://create.roblox.com/creations
2. Navigate to the Experience Overview Page by clicking on an Experience
3. Navigate to the Places page of that specific Experience
4. Select the drop-down menu in the corner of the icon of any place
5. Click “Shutdown all servers”
All servers in that specific place of that experience should be shutdown
All servers in the entire experience are shutdown
This is a serious issue as you may accidentally shutdown all of your live place servers without intention. Not only this, but the only way to shutdown a specific server at current is to navigate through a maze of legacy webpages to eventually land on the Roblox page for a specific place and shutdown from there.
In fact, it may seem that the description is in fact correct, but the button placement is misleading. I tried to shutdown a testing place of ours today and everyone in all of our live places got kicked too, so this is actually much much worse.
Why can’t you shutdown servers in a singular place in a universe??? Makes no sense. One of our places in our universe had a unique bug to that place only, so it makes no sense to shut down the other places.
Yeah it’s actually really annoying because the only way I can think of doing it is to navigate to the experience page on Roblox, click Configure Experience, navigate to the Places page, open the place in a new tab and shutdown for that place’s page.
Since Roblox has completely transitioned over to the Create Portal, I can’t see any other way of getting to that page to shutdown that place. This seriously needs to be addressed, especially as the button’s placement strongly suggests you’re shutting down a singular place’s servers.