Join Gini von Courter for an in-depth discussion in this video Duplicating a Sway, part of Sway Essential Training (2015).
- I'm pretty happy with my Sway right now,…but I'd like to experiment and do some other things with it.…I'm anxious to get a copy of it out to some people,…so I'm going to duplicate this…so that I have two copies of it.…I'm going to click the Menu button,…choose Duplicate this Sway,…and I'm going to create one…that's called Recruiting Ready to Go.…Now, I could also say anything else I'd like about its name,…because its name is never actually being used.…
It's not part of the URL.…So, if I wanted to have a fairly robust name for this,…including spaces, I shouldn't worry about doing that.…I could say that this is Recruiting…US West Coast,…and there's my duplicate.…If I want to go to My Sways to see it,…just so I know it's there, I can do that.…Here's Recruiting,…here's Recruiting on the US West Coast.…
Let's go back into our Recruiting Sway…and continue work with it now.…
AuthorGini von Courter
- Creating Sways
- Using cards
- Choosing a design and navigation strategy
- Duplicating and remixing Sways
- Embedding other content
- Inviting others to edit your Sway
- Sharing Sways
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started with Sway
2. Embedding and Adding Other Content
3. Sharing Your Sway
Sharing a Sway on Docs.com2m 43s
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