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I have been trying to make a set for problems I make relating to patterns, but I keep having trouble. My first pattern came out in a set named Patterns, but my second pattern did not come out in that set and I don't know how to add it. My third problem came in a set, but it instead created another set called Patterns and now I have 2 sets named Patterns and one question not linked to any set. Is there a way I could fix this?

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Note by James Hadley
3 years ago

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To post directly to a set, you have to click on the checkbox "Post to a set" and then select the set that you want to save it to.

Possible errors: If you do not "Post to a set", it will not post directly, instead of to a set.
If you do not select any set, then it will not appear in any set. You can still add it to a set.
If you select "+New set" and type in a name (say) "Patterns", then we'd create a new set with that name. Calvin Lin Staff · 3 years ago

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@Calvin Lin Thanks for your reply, I tried the "Post to a set" Button and selected my previous set, but the result was brilliant creating another set with the same name. With the second problem I shared I cannot find how to add it to a set. If there is a way to merge sets and add previously made questions to sets I would like to know please. James Hadley · 3 years ago

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@James Hadley To add a problem to a set, go to the problem, click "reveal problem" if you already completed the problem, and then click "Save problem". This button is to the right of the answer field / submit button, and will bring up a menu of your sets to choose from.

If you already saved it to some set, it would say "Saved to X sets". You can still save it into any additional sets. Calvin Lin Staff · 3 years ago

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@Calvin Lin Thanks! Your reply helped a lot. Thank you again for the support! James Hadley · 3 years ago

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