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Rules are managed and edited from the Adaptive Release page. The criteria of a rule and the name of a rule are managed separately.

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Step-by-step guides

Warning

Availability settings in a content item will override any Adaptive Release or Adaptive Release Advanced rules. First, make sure to REMOVE availability times from the general settings for the assignment or test or this will override Adaptive Release.

Editing a Basic Adaptive Release Rule

Follow these steps to edit a basic adaptive release rule:

  1. Open a Content Area from the Control Panel.
  2. Check that Edit Mode is On.
  3. Open the contextual menu for an item and click Adaptive Release


  4. The Adaptive Release page appears. Make any necessary changes and click Submit.

 

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These steps can also be used to edit a rule with one criteria created on the Advanced Adaptive Release page.

Changing the Name of an Adaptive Release Rule

Follow these steps to change the name of a rule:

  1. Open a Content Area from the Control Panel.

  2. Check that Edit Mode is On.

  3. Open the contextual menu for an item and click Adaptive Release: Advanced.

  4. Select Manage from the contextual menu for the rule that needs to be edited.

  5. Edit the Rule Name and select Submit.

Editing the Criteria of an Advanced Adaptive Release Rule

Follow these steps to edit the criteria of an advanced adaptive release rule:

  1. Open a Content Area from the Control Panel.

  2. Check that Edit Mode is On.

  3. Open the contextual menu for an item and click Adaptive Release: Advanced.

  4. Select Edit Criteria next to the rule that needs to be updated.


  5. The Manage Criteria page appears. Criteria may be added, edited, and deleted.

  6. Select OK when the changes are complete.

  7. Repeat Step 4 to change any additional criteria related to the content item.

How to Copy an Adaptive Release Rule

You may find it easier to copy an existing adaptive release rule rather than creating a new one from scratch. Once the rule is copied, the name can be changed and the rule edited. Rules may only be copied within a single content item; a rule from one content item may not be copied to another content item.
Follow these steps to copy an adaptive release rule:

  1. Open a Content Area from the Control Panel.
  2. Check that Edit Mode is On.
  3. Open the contextual menu for an item and click Adaptive Release: Advanced.


  4. Select the check box next to the rule you would like to copy and select Copy in the Action Bar. 


  5. An exact replica of the rule appears at the bottom of the list. It has the same name as the original rule starting with 'Copy of'.


  6. Open the contextual menu of the copied rule and click Edit Criteria to make changes to the name or criteria.

How to Delete an Adaptive Release Rule

Both advanced and basic adaptive release rules can be deleted from the Adaptive Release: Advanced page.

  1. Open a Content Area from the Control Panel.
  2. Edit Mode is ON.
  3. Open the contextual menu for an item and click Adaptive Release: Advanced.


  4. Select the rule to delete. Multiple rules may be selected. Click Delete.


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