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Workspace

How do you reset the work space code back to original code? Once you have made changes and save it, there's no way to reset. Thank you.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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You can restart the workspace.

First, save (download) any work you have done that you want to keep. Then go to the Workspaces page and locate the one you are using. Click on the trashcan icon on the right side to delete the workspace, and confirm when you get the pop-up.

With the workspace deleted, you can go back to the course and "Launch Workspace" again. When it comes up, it should have all the files you started with in their initial states. Then upload any work you saved and continue with the course.

Thank you for the quick response!!! Have a great afternoon.