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Last Updated: P20180623SBL

Overview

This article covers how to archive and unarchive a program, print charts for archived programs, and view an archived program.

To permanently delete a program, see this article:

http://help.threadlearning.com/working-with-programs/how-to-delete-a-program

How to archive a program

Programs are under Private and Public tabs on top of Thread’s main screen. 

  1. Navigate to your Private or Public list of programs.
  2. Locate the program you’d like to archive and tap the overflow menu (...) next to the program. 
  3. On the resulting menu, tap Archive
  4. Choose an archive category of Mastered, On Hold, or Discontinued. The program will be moved to the archives with its category noted under the program name.

NOTE: Archive categories were introduced with Thread version 1.2. Programs archived in earlier versions will default to category On Hold. To change the category, follow steps below for “How to Unarchive…”, then re-archive it with another category. 

How to unarchive (and then view) a program

An archived program must be unarchived to allow viewing. Follow these steps to unarchive a program, then view it.

  1. Tap the book icon in the top right corner of the screen.
  2. Scroll down the left column to select Archived Programs.
  3. Tap the student’s name under which the program is archived.
  4. Locate the desired archived program and tap Unarchive
  5. Tap Save in the upper right corner to return to the active programs list.
  6. Locate the program you just unarchived, and tap its name to view the contents.

How to print or export an archived program’s chart

  1. Tap the book icon in the top right corner of the screen.
  2. Scroll down the left column to select Archived Programs.
  3. Locate the desired archived program and tap Print
  4. Make printer selections and tap print, or access the export (share) feature by pinching outward on the chart preview to expand it.

For more detailed instructions on print and export, see this article:

https://intercom.help/threadlearning/working-with-programs/how-to-export-or-print-charts-in-thread

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