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Duplicating/copying an entry

Save time by modifying previous entries to avoid new data entry

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Written by Anni
Updated over a week ago

If you'd like to create a new entry using the same information as an existing entry, duplicating an old or existing entry can save you a lot of time.
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Everything copies across, including the dates, ticket settings booking form, and any embedded videos. However, the new, duplicated entry is entirely separate from the original, so you can edit it independently.

πŸ’‘ Any changes to your new copied entry will not affect your original entry.

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How to duplicate an entry

Navigate to your Scheduling page to locate the entry you wish to duplicate.

If you're duplicating an entry from the past, use the date filter in the top left of your page to locate it:
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✨ You can learn more information on locating a past entry here.

Select the entry so that it is highlighted, then the drop-down menu next to Edit entry. From here, select Duplicate this entry:

You will then have created a duplicate of the original entry. With Copy of: added to the title:

You can change the tile of the entry by selecting Edit Entry and editing the name within the Information tab of the entry settings:


How to amend the dates and times

Please note that the system copies the original entry date and times. You may need to remove all of these to not confuse your schedule. We recommend deleting the old dates to keep your dates/times tidy.

To do this, select Edit Entry, then Dates and Times, and then use the date filter to locate the previous dates:
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Once selected, you can select Edit the recurring schedule as a whole to amend the recurrence to start from your new start date:

Or you can remove this original recurrence entirely via Remove highlighted dates/times:

✨ You can learn more information on removing past dates from a duplicated entry here.

You can then select Add another date/time to add a new recurrence into your duplicated entry if needed:
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πŸ’¬ Any questions or feedback? There are two ways to get in touch:

Thank you! πŸ•Ί

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