Note: You are currently viewing documentation for Moodle 2.4. Up-to-date documentation for the latest stable version of Moodle may be available here: Dataform presets.
Make a preset
Once you have your Dataform activity set up with or without user content, you can make a preset of it. The preset can be created in one of the following ways:
- Without user data - Only the Dataform structure - fields, views, filters, etc. - are included in the preset.
- With user data - Dataforom structure and all entries and their content are included with user information.
- With user data anonymized - Similar to 'With user data' but user information is anonymized.
The newly created/uploaded preset will be displayed in the list of course presets on the page.
Upload preset from file
You can upload a single preset (.mbz file) or a zip archive of more than one preset from your desktop. The presets will be added to the course presets list from which they can be applied or shared.
The presets list is divided to course and site presets. Presets are added to the course list from which they can be shared to the site list. Course presets are visible only within the course to the course managers. Site presets are available to users with capability viewallpresets.
Apply a preset
You can apply any presets in the list to the current Dataform instance. To apply a preset to a new instance simply create the new instance, go to its Presets tab and click on the apply button of the desired presets in the list.
Presets can be downloaded as mbz (moodle backup zip) archives. You can also download several presets in one go by ticking the checkboxes of the desired presets and clicking the download button in the list header. The mbz archives of the selected presets will be archived and downloaded in one zip file.
You can click the share button of a preset to make it available throughout the site. Use the checkboxes and share button in the list header to share more than one preset in one go.
You can click the delete button of a preset to delete the preset. Use the checkboxes and delete button in the list header to delete more than one preset in one go.