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Adding Rooms to Folders
Adding Rooms to Folders

How to add and import Rooms to a Folder

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In order to make a Folder, it must contain Room(s). There are several ways to do this to ensure the process can be done as quickly as possible depending on the situation.

New Rooms within a folder

Selecting + New Room on the new Folder form, it will start the creation of a brand new Room that will be created within the Folder that is being made. Because the Room is in a Folder, the Appearance Settings are not available. For more information on the Room Options available, look here.

Importing Rooms within a folder

Rooms may be imported from a document for faster Folder/Room creation by selecting the Import Rooms button.

This list consists of Room Names, Room Numbers, and Teachers in Room from an Excel spreadsheet or CSV. To do so, please download the template provided on the Importing Rooms page labeled "Download Template".

After creating and uploading the document, all of the Rooms will be parsed and added to the Folder. If there are any problems with the file, the form will indicate which sections of the file did not load properly.

Add Existing Rooms to a Folder

A Folder can be created from existing Rooms that were not previously in a Folder. By selecting the Add Existing button, a list of Rooms that are not already in Folders will be presented. Simply click the desired Rooms and then Add. Please note that all Appearance Settings of that Room will be lost.

New Folder with Selection

If there are already Rooms that are made, but they are currently outside of a Folder, they can be selected and a folder can be made with the selected Rooms.

To do this, first, click on the Edit button in the header, this will allow the Rooms to be clicked to select them.

Once the desired Rooms are selected click the green Bulk Edit Rooms button followed by the "New Folder with Selection" option from the drop-down.

From there, The Folder should be created as normal. For more information on creating Folders, look here.

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