Archiving multiple projects

How can I archive multiple projects?

In EyeQuestion there is an option to archive multiple projects at once. Note that only projects that have been closed can be archived. 

Go to administration - tools and click on the Archive Multiple Projects option.



A list of all your archived projects will be displayed. Select the projects you would like to archive. After selecting your projects, click the archive button on the bottom of the page to batch archive all selected project.



Projects can be reinstalled by going to the archive and clicking the project you would like to re-install. A copy of the project will be placed in its original folder.


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