How do I archive and retrieve archived classes?

We have made it easy to archive any classes that are no longer needed. Archiving a class preserves everything about the class at the time it was archived - including who was in the class, the tasks and assessments assigned to it, and more. 

If you need to retrieve this data, you can easily unarchive your classes.

If your school is integrated with Wonde, your classes and accounts are managed via your school's Student Management System. Find out more here.

Navigate to the class you wish to archive, and click View Manage Classes.

We're currently making some updates to the EP teacher interface. Until this area is updated, some actions (including archiving and unarchiving classes) will need to be completed via the View Manage Classes button, or by toggling back to the original EP experience.

Archiving your own classes

From the Classes tab find the class that you wish to archive at the top of the page and select the options button (three vertical dots). In the drop-down menu that opens, select Archive Class.

Alternatively, when viewing an individual class, click the Settings button.

From the Class settings page, click the three dots, and then Archive class.

showing the three dot menu in class settings and the archive class button

Archiving multiple classes

Under the All Classes section of Classes, select the class or classes you wish to archive by ticking the box next to the class name. In the blue bar that appears at the bottom of the page, select the Archive button, and click Archive when prompted to confirm.

Retrieving your archived classes

Open the Classes tab and select Archived

From Archived, you can view all of the inactive classes at your school. 

Click Unarchive to quickly unarchive a single class, or tick multiple classes and click the Unarchive button in the bar that appears.

Once retrieved, classes will appear back in the Active tab. Classes can be archived and unarchived as many times as necessary.

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