In this tutorial we want to explain how you can move single or multiple contents.

Moving articles, videos and courses

First you have to know the ID of the page you want to move the contents to. Move over the pencil in the upper right corner and you are going to find the ID left at the bottom of the page in the URL.

In this example the ID is 16180. Use always the first ID, if more IDs appear.

Another method to find the ID:

Click at the dropdown button (with the arrow down, beside the pencil) and choose "Share". Then a new window opens and you find the ID for example in the URL. Since this is the same example as above, the ID is again 16181.

Now you go to the page where the contents that you want to move are. There you click at the dropdown button (with the arrow down, beside the pencil) and choose "Batch move items".

Next, you write down the ID in the box and then you can check the boxes of the contents you want to move. At last you click on "Save" to save the changes.

Finally, you can see that the items are moved successfully.

Moving and Relating exercises

To move exercises you have to create a folder on the target page, if there isn't a suitable folder already there. For this purpose you have to be an admin. If you are not an admin, please contact us via Comments, for example: "Hello, could someone create a folder for exercises?"

If a folder is created, you can choose the folder with the exercises. There you click at the dropdown button and choose "Batch move items".

Next, you write down the ID of the exercise folder in the box and then you can check the boxes of the contents you want to move. At last you click on "Save" to save the changes.

Finally, you can see that the items are moved successfully.

Discuss Comments

Tinsaye 2016-01-06 18:52:22
you can also get the ID with "Teilen" (second pic)
Nish 2016-01-28 10:02:20
Hello Tinsaye,
I have read your comment but today (I did'nt get any notifications).
Vannessa and I have spoken about this method and we did'nt mention this her because we thougt that one method is enough and it should always work. Ok?
Tinsaye 2016-01-28 13:13:29
Hey , actually my comment is just a reminder for Simon... have sent you a screenshot via Slack.
What do you mean with "it should always work" , because i don't know any case where it does not! (BTW the method you mentioned is not touchscreen friendly)
Nish 2016-01-28 13:56:43
Oh, thanks. I wrote "it should always work" because I was not 100% sure if there are any cases where it does'nt work. So I don't even know any cases :) Good note, Tinsaye. Some time, I am going to mention the method with "Share".
Nish 2017-01-12 18:28:16
Finally, I managed to add this part ;)
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