If you are a teacher you can duplicate your own or another teacher's stories. This will save a copy of a published story to your drafts. You can then edit it and publish it as another story. This is useful if you’d like to write a similar story for another child, or if you’d like to add the story to your teacher portfolio.

Duplicating stories will also enable you to quickly create and adapt a series of individual stories using similar content. They are an alternative to group stories for when you want to customise the content or permissions for individual children.

How to duplicate a story

There are two ways to duplicate stories:

1. In your 'latest activity' stream, click the grey arrow at the top right of any story you or another teacher have created, and from the dropdown menu select 'Duplicate'.

2. Or, click on the story and once opened click the 'Duplicate' button in the blue bar at the top of the screen.

Once duplicated, a copy of the story will open in the story editor. You can now edit any aspect of the new story – content, children and learning tags. You can then either save it to your drafts, publish it as a child story, or save it to your teacher portfolio.

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