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==Restoring individual activities==
 
==Restoring individual activities==
 
*It is possible to bring in or "restore" into a new Moodle activities that have been copied or [[Activity backup|''backed up'']] in a different Moodle. (Note that if you wish to re-use activities within the same Moodle it might be simpler to use the import function. See [[Import course data]] for information on how to do this.)
 
*It is possible to bring in or "restore" into a new Moodle activities that have been copied or [[Activity backup|''backed up'']] in a different Moodle. (Note that if you wish to re-use activities within the same Moodle it might be simpler to use the import function. See [[Import course data]] for information on how to do this.)
*To restore  an activity you have backed up from another Moodle, ensure you have your backup file available (eg, on your computer or a USB pen) and ensure you are logged in with editing rights, as a teacher for example, and click the ''Restore'' link in the Course administration block:
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*To restore  an activity you have backed up from another Moodle, ensure you have your backup file available (eg, on your computer or a USB pen) and ensure you are logged in with editing rights, as a teacher for example, and click the ''Restore'' link in the Course Administration block:
 
*On the next screen, either drag and drop your backed up activity into the box with the arrow (''1 below'') or else click ''Choose a file'' to add it via the [[File picker]] (''2 below''); upload your backed up activity and click ''Restore''.
 
*On the next screen, either drag and drop your backed up activity into the box with the arrow (''1 below'') or else click ''Choose a file'' to add it via the [[File picker]] (''2 below''); upload your backed up activity and click ''Restore''.
  
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Revision as of 09:56, 27 June 2017

Restoring individual activities

  • It is possible to bring in or "restore" into a new Moodle activities that have been copied or backed up in a different Moodle. (Note that if you wish to re-use activities within the same Moodle it might be simpler to use the import function. See Import course data for information on how to do this.)
  • To restore an activity you have backed up from another Moodle, ensure you have your backup file available (eg, on your computer or a USB pen) and ensure you are logged in with editing rights, as a teacher for example, and click the Restore link in the Course Administration block:
  • On the next screen, either drag and drop your backed up activity into the box with the arrow (1 below) or else click Choose a file to add it via the File picker (2 below); upload your backed up activity and click Restore.

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  • On the next screen, click Continue and then select the course into which you wish to restore your activity. Click Continue and then click Next. You will see your chosen activity:

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  • Click Next and on the next screen, click Perform restore. Your activity will be added to your chosen course.

Restoring a whole course

  • It is possible to restore a whole course rather than just individual activities. See Course restore for information on how to do this.

See also