How to delete a collection?
Note that when you delete a collection that you have shared with your students, it will disappear for your students as well. Your students will not receive any automatic notification of the deletion. It is therefore important to notify them.
There are two places where you can delete a collection:
In the COLLECTIONS menu, find the collection you want to delete.
To the right of the title, click on the 3 small dots.
Click DELETE, then CONFIRM.
It is also possible to proceed by selecting the collection to delete.
In the header of the selected collection, click on the 3 small dots located on the far right. Click DELETE, then CONFIRM.
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