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Enhance course management with Folders
Enhance course management with Folders

Folders help you improve your content management in a hierarchical structure.

María Isabel Zuleta Zapata avatar
Written by María Isabel Zuleta Zapata
Updated over a week ago

Folders offer a structured approach to organizing your courses, providing clarity and easy navigation within your course list.

Note: This feature is applied at the author level, and is available for all plans except Free.

You can also complement your course management with tags for quick filtering and labeling.

How to create Folders and Subfolders?

To create a Folder, go to the Courses page -> Navigate to the My courses tab -> And click on the New folder button. Then, type your folder name and click on Save to create it.

You can create Subfolders by clicking on the Folder you want to divide, then clicking on the New folder button -> Provide the name for the subfolder, and click Save to apply the changes. You can create more Subfolders within the previous one by clicking on it and repeating the same process.

Note: The main Folders will be on the same level when you click on the My courses tab, and there are 5 possible layers of subfolders that you can create within one main Folder, however, there is no limit for the subfolders created within these 5 levels of nesting.

Moving and duplicating courses into Folders

To move or duplicate a course into a Folder, click on the three dots -> Select Move course to/Duplicate course to -> Choose the Folder you would like to move/duplicate the course from the list -> And click on Move/Duplicate.

You can also create a new folder from this list by clicking on the New folder button.

Note: It is not possible to move courses from the Shared/Organization courses tab to a folder, however, you can duplicate them and choose the folder where you would like to add the copy.

Additionally, you can filter your courses using the Without folders first sorting option under the My courses tab to check the courses that have or have not been organized into folders, and by clicking on the More details option on the course, you can check its respective folder placement.

Note: This sorting option is unavailable when you are inside a folder, or under the Shared/Organization courses tabs.

Navigation within Folders

After creating your folders, simply click the arrow to unfold/fold the list of subfolders. To view the courses within a folder, click its name to be navigated inside of it.

You can also navigate the subfolders within the main Folder by using the breadcrumb bar located at the top of the courses list.

How to rename a Folder?

To change the name of any existing folder, hover over it and click on the Rename folder pen icon. Then, change its title and click Save once done to apply the changes, or Cancel if you desist on changing it.

Deleting Folders

To delete a folder, hover over it and click on the Delete bin icon. You will get a pop-up confirmation message where you will find:

  1. The number of subfolders created within the folder you want to delete and the number of courses you added to them (if applicable).

  2. If you have courses within the folder/subfolder(s), you will find the list of these courses and the option to open them by clicking on the respective course title.

  3. The confirmation checkbox to delete the Folder and subfolder(s) - if any.

  4. The option to permanently delete the courses you have within the selected folder (if applicable). Note: This checkbox is optional.

After reading the important information in the pop-up message:

  • If you only want to delete the folder(s), tick the delete confirmation checkbox [3] -> Delete.

  • In case the selected folder is empty, simply click on the Delete button.

  • If you want to delete the folder(s) along with the courses inside of them, tick both checkboxes and click on the Delete button.

Note: Once you click on the Delete button, the folders and the courses (if selected) will be permanently deleted from your account and can not be recovered.

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