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Editing or deleting a set

Once you've created a study set, you can edit or delete it:

Editing a set
Deleting a set
Removing a set from your Latest Activity

Editing a study set

Select Edit in the Tools section of the study set page.

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If the Edit option is not visible, you may not have permission to edit the set or you may not be logged into the account that created the set.

Editing the title and description of a study set

You can change the set's title and description at the top of the page:

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You can also update privacy settings and editing permissions:


Editing the contents of a study set

You can add, edit, delete, reorder, or invert your terms and definitions. You can also import data, update languages, add images, and record audio.

Adding items — Select the plus icon (+) to add a new row to the bottom of the set.

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To insert a new row between existing rows, select the plus icon (+) at the beginning of the row.

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Deleting items — Select ❌ to delete an item.

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Reordering items — Place the mouse pointer over the row number. The number changes to a three-line icon. Drag the row to its new position.

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Inverting terms and definitions — Select the double-sided arrow to invert the term and definition.

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Importing data — Select Import to create a set from an existing document. Learn more

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Updating languages — Select Change if the selected language is not correct.

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Adding images — Select the picture icon to add images from our free image library. Learn More

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Recording audio — Select the microphone icon to record your own voice. Learn More

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Deleting a study set

To delete a study set that you've created, select "More" in the Tools section, and select "Delete."

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Removing a study set from the activity feed

To remove a set from your Latest Activity feed, select "Your Sets and Classes."

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Then select the "Studied" tab and select "Hide" next to the set you'd like to remove.