How do I add a deck to a topic?

Decks must always be assigned to a topic in order to be visible to users.

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Written by Adrian Fuchsluger
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Within the library, you have the possibility to structure your content, to change the order within the topics and decks as well as to add your created decks to the existing topics or to separate them from each other.

Tip: A topic can consist of any number of modules, so-called decks.

To assign decks to a topic, it is advisable to work with the library and create all desired topics and decks at the beginning before you start creating the learn cards.

Navigate to the Library menu point within the Create section.

In the library you will find a hierarchical structure of all the topics, headlines and decks that have been created so far. You can add new elements to the library via the Add button.

The add button is on the left side of the library.

How do I add a deck to the library?

Click on Add and select Decks. A new window opens.

To create a new deck, enter a title and choose the topic or phase you want to place the new deck in.

If you create a new deck, you see input fields for the title and the topic.

To add an already existing deck, change to Add existing deck. In this section, you need to choose the deck you want to add and the topic or phase you want to place it in.

If you add an existing deck, you see selection fields for the deck and the topic.

Once you have selected the desired topic and deck, confirm the assignment with OK. Your deck is now added to the library. This change is saved automatically.

To view decks within a topic, click on the plus icon next to each topic.

Mit dem "Plus"-Icon können Sie ein Thema ausklappen.

Decks can be re-sorted by drag & drop. With the context menu (three dots) at the top you can edit decks or remove them from the library by disconnecting them from the topic.

Tip: When you disconnect a deck form a topic, it is not deleted and can be added to another location like described above.

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