Duplicate or remove groups and topics

You’re able to duplicate your group and all its topics, duplicate individual topics, or move a topic from one group to another.

Important: When you duplicate a group or a topic, student videos and comments within those topics are not duplicated. You must manually duplicate and add student videos to topics.

How to duplicate a group or topic

When you’re an educator of a group or topic, you’re able to duplicate either one. All custom settings you changed for the group or topic carry over to the duplicate. When you duplicate a topic, the topic remains in the original group and you’re able to select in which group to put the duplicate.

Important: You’re only able to duplicate groups and topics on Flip for web. Currently, this isn’t available on the Flip app.

Groups Topics

When you duplicate a group, all the topics within the original group are also duplicated.

  1. Go to info.flip.com and log in.
  2. At the left, in your groups home, select the group you want to duplicate.
  3. At the bottom right of the group's cover image, click More More.png > Duplicate group Copy.png.
  4. In the "Duplicate this group" message, click Duplicate.

A new group with “[DUPLICATE]” before the name of the group is created. Learn how to edit your group settings.

Archive a group, hide a topic, or delete a group or topic

  • Delete a group or topic: After you delete a group or topic, you can't undo it. All the contents of the group or topic is deleted. When you delete a group, all of its topics are also deleted.
  • Archive a group: After the group is archived, students no longer have access to it and it's removed from their groups home. You can still access the group whenever you want and can change the status at any time.
  • Hide topic: After the group or topic is hidden, students can no longer open it. You can still access the group or topic whenever you want and can change the status at any time.

Note: Students can still access the videos they recorded and posted that were deleted from the group or topic on their profiles.

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