You can send copies of formatives from your Formatives tab, or from within individual formatives!

*Note: Sending a copy will NOT share student results. Teachers who use this link will not have access to the original formative or results, they will only be able to save a copy / clone of the formative to their own account.

To send a copy of a formative from your Formatives tab:

  1. Click on the empty circle to the left of a formative

  2. Click on the share icon at the bottom of the page

  3. Switch the dropdown selection from "Team Access" to "Send a Copy"

  4. You can click "Copy Link" to immediately save the link to your clipboard, or click the share icon to choose if you'd like to save to clipboard, share directly to Facebook, or share directly to Twitter

  5. If you've saved the link to your clipboard you can send it to anyone with a Formative account and they will be able to use it to save a copy to their own accounts

Recipients can enter the copy/clone links in their browser's URL bar. Once they confirm they want to save a copy of the formative it will be added to their acocunt and they will be taken to the "Edit" page of it!

To send a copy of a formative from within a formative:

  1. Click on the triple dots at the top right of the page

  2. Select "Share"

  3. Switch the dropdown selection from "Team Access" to "Send a Copy"

  4. You can click "Copy Link" to immediately save the link to your clipboard, or click the share icon to choose if you'd like to save to clipboard, share directly to Facebook, or share directly to Twitter

  5. If you've saved the link to your clipboard you can send it to anyone with a Formative account and they will be able to use it to save a copy to their own accounts

Recipients can enter the copy/clone links in their browser's URL bar. Once they confirm they want to save a copy of the formative it will be added to their acocunt and they will be taken to the "Edit" page of it!

What's Next?

Learn how to send a copy of a folder another another teacher!

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