Have you recorded sessions to the wrong folder, or recorded to your personal folder and need to move them to the correct one?

Via the folder list

Moving a session via the folder list is a recent addition to Panopto. It is quicker, and you can move more than one session at a time.

  1. Log into the Aston Replay server (How?)
  2. Find the session you wish to move. To help you locate the session more easily, you can useLocate session
    • 1: the search box at the top of the screen – type the name of the session, or some of the text that appears in the slides of your presentation, to see a list of sessions that match
    • 2: the list of folders on the left – click to show just the sessions in that folder
    • 3: the Filter by date button – click to narrow the list down to a date or range of dates
  3. Panopto Multiple SelectClick the checkbox next to each session you would like to move
  4. Panopto Bulk MoveClick the Move button
  5. Panopto Bulk Move FolderClick the Choose a folder dropdown and select where you want to move them to. You can also start typing the name of the folder (eg the module code) and it will show you a list of matches to pick from.Autocomplete
  6. Panopto Bulk Move ConfirmCheck that you’ve selected the correct folder and sessions, then click Move
  7. Panopto Bulk Move DoneThe sessions have been moved when you see a tick next to their titles. Click the X in the top right corner to return to the original folder

Via the session’s settings

  1. Log into the Aston Replay server (How?)
  2. Find the session you wish to move. To help you locate the session more easily, you can useLocate session
    • 1: the search box at the top of the screen – type the name of the session, or some of the text that appears in the slides of your presentation, to see a list of sessions that match
    • 2: the list of folders on the left – click to show just the sessions in that folder
    • 3: the Filter by date button – click to narrow the list down to a date or range of dates
  3. HoverforSettingsClick Settings underneath the session you want to move. The link will only appear when your mouse pointer is above the session.
  4. Edit folderClick Edit next to the folder the session is in
  5. Click the dropdown and select where you want to move them to. You can also start typing the name of the folder (eg the module code) and it will show you a list of matches to pick from.
  6. Click Save

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