How Do I Clone a Track?

Created by Brittany Crow, Modified on Tue, 11 Jul 2023 at 11:09 AM by Brittany Crow

 Heads up! Only site managers can create and manage Registration Tracks. This article is intended for site managers. If you're an advanced program manager looking for information about managing your programs, click here. If you're a program facilitator looking for information about reviewing your programs, click here. 

Do you want to copy a Track to save yourself some time, but assign it different steps and requirements? You can always clone it! 

How to clone a Track

To get started: 

1. Go to Volunteerism > Tracks

2. Select the Track Name you want to clone—it can be active or inactive. 

  • To see an Inactive Track, click Show Inactive
  • This changes the button to Hide Inactive and displays the inactive Tracks in greyed out text in the table. 

3. Scroll to the bottom right of the Manage Tracks page and click Clone Track

4. A warning popup appears to confirm your selection—select Yes to confirm or No to cancel. 

  • Now you have a copy of that Track.
  • You can update the title and settings however you see fit!
  • Be sure to always click Update Track to save your changes!

✏️ Quick tip: If the Track is inactive when you copy it, the status for the copy is Inactive. 

  • Be sure to update the status to Active. 
  • If you forgot to update it and don't see it in the Tracks table, just click Show Inactive to find your copy! 

Want more info about Tracks? 

Here are some additional helpful resources to help you stay on "Track". 

  • Want to learn more about Tracks? Click here!
  • Looking for information about editing Tracks? Click here
  • Want to see how you can manage volunteers in your Tracks? Click here
  • Do you want to share important links for your Tracks? Click here to find out more! 
  • Need to track your data? Click here
  • Click here to learn more about deactivating Tracks! 
  • Want help setting up the user registration? Click here
  • Do you prefer videos? Check out this resource for our video library on tracks!