How can I clone question sets?
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Written by Isabella R.
Updated over a week ago

In your quest for efficient review processes, the Admin Center offers a convenient feature—cloning question sets. This allows you to effortlessly create new question sets based on existing ones, saving you time and ensuring consistency across your modules.

Follow these step-by-step instructions to successfully clone a question set in the Admin Center.

Step 1: Navigate to the Admin Center

Start by locating the "Modules" section in the left navigation bar. Once there, click on the "Reviews" tab to proceed.

Step 2: Access Review Question Sets

Under "Reviews," find and click on "See review question sets." This will open a page displaying all your existing question sets.

Step 3: Choose a Question Set to Clone

Identify the question set you wish to clone from the list. Click the designated button to initiate the cloning process.

Step 4: Make Necessary Changes

Upon cloning the question set, you can make any required adjustments. Tailor it to your specific needs or update any outdated information.

Step 5: Save Your Cloned Question Set

After making the necessary changes, save your cloned question set by clicking the "Create" button. This ensures that your modifications are preserved.

Step 6: Confirmation

To verify the successful creation of your cloned question set, check for it in the list. You should see it displayed alongside your existing sets.

The cloning function in the Admin Center serves various practical use cases, enhancing efficiency and flexibility in managing review question sets.

Here are some potential scenarios where this feature can be beneficial:

  1. Adapting to Changing Requirements

    • Use Case: Your organization undergoes periodic changes in review processes or evaluation criteria.

    • Benefit: Cloning allows you to quickly adapt existing question sets to reflect the updated requirements, ensuring relevance without starting from scratch.

  2. Customization for Different Modules

    • Use Case: Your company has multiple modules or departments, each with unique needs for review questions.

    • Benefit: Clone a master question set and tailor it to the specific requirements of different modules, maintaining consistency while accommodating diverse needs.

  3. Versioning and Historical Tracking

    • Use Case: You want to preserve historical versions of question sets for auditing or tracking purposes.

    • Benefit: By cloning and saving question sets, you create a versioning system that allows you to reference and track changes over time.

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