Moving a mission or screener between projects
Dscout projects typically consist of a series of missions and a screener. This keeps everything tidy and easy to understand. In the following example, you're looking at a project called "The Meaning of Local," that includes one screener and two missions.
If you or a colleague create a mission or screener in one project, and realize later that you'd like to move that mission or screener to a different project, here's how to make that happen!
1. Make sure you have adequate permissions
You'll need to make sure you have access to both the old project you're moving your mission or screener FROM, in addition to the new project you're moving your mission or screener TO. If you're an account owner, you'll automatically have access. If you're not the account owner, you may need to request access from dscout's account owner at your company.