Cloning allows a new assessment template to be created, using an existing template as a starting point. The cloned template will carry all the advanced settings as well as the content (including attachments). It won’t replace the current version of the cloned template. The only difference is in the code, which will have the suffix, (copy), added to it to differentiate it.
You can clone assessment templates that are in any state.
To clone an assessment template, follow these steps:
A draft copy of your template should be displayed (version 1.0). You can edit the code, title and other details to create a separate assessment template.
As with controlled documents, new versions of an assessment template do replace the previous one and increment the version number.
However, new versions of an assessment template don’t trigger tasks to re-take the assessment.
You can only create new versions of published assessment templates.
To create a new version of a template: