How can I add a new slide in my Interactive Deck?

Follow the below steps to add a new slide to your deck;

Step 1: Go to Home tab inside your deck editor.

Step 2: When you are inside Home Tab, you can create a new slide with two ways.

i) Click on “New Slide” button or

ii) Click on “+” icon in the webform on current page

You can create new slide using either of the above two ways.

Can I duplicate my Interactive Deck?

Yes, you can duplicate your interactive deck. There is no explicit button or any method to duplicate your deck, but here’s how you can do it;

Step 1: Consider you have created a deck that you want to duplicate, to do this login using your creator credentials.

Step 2: Go to Create tab in the left menu.

Step 3: Locate that deck, and edit it using ‘pencil’ icon.

Step 4: Now click on the ‘Download button’, it will download the ‘Deck’ on your computer.

Step 5: Now create a new Deck, it will open a modal. This time instead of clicking on “Create a New Deck” button, Upload a QDF file.

Step 6: Upload the recently downloaded deck, this way you have successfully duplicated your deck.

Note: You get the ability to create/duplicate Interactive Deck, only if you are a “Biz” or “Enterprise” licence user.

What is a data structure in computer science?

A data structure is a format for organizing and storing data. General data structure types include the array, the file, the record, the table, the tree, and so on.

The Data structure is designed to organize data to suit a specific purpose so that it can be accessed and worked with in appropriate ways. In computer programming, a data structure may be selected or designed to store data for the purpose of working on it with various algorithms.

Can I duplicate a slide in my Interactive Deck?

Yes, you can duplicate a slide, here’s how you do it

Step 1: Make sure you’re inside your Interactive Deck Editor,

Step 2: Go to Home tab inside your deck editor.

Step 3: Click on “Duplicate Slide” button in the ribbon, or Click on icon next to “+” icon in the webform on current page. This will duplicate the current slide that you are editing.