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How do I copy an experiment from one project to another?

nbrustein 11-10-15

How do I copy an experiment from one project to another?

The docs recommend setting up different projects for different instances, like staging vs. prod.

 

That definitely seems like the right thing to do, but I don't want to manually copy all my setup from staging to prod.  Is there some way to copy experiments, goals, etc. that I've setup on staging onto my prod project?

robertchan 11-10-15
 

Re: How do I copy an experiment from one project to another?

You can duplicate experiments by clicking the "Duplicate" button (see the image attached), and choosing where you'd like the experiment to go.

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brubie 05-01-18
 

Re: How do I copy an experiment from one project to another?

Does anyone know how to do this within Optimizely X? The answer provided only seems to work for Optimizely Classic.

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JasonDahlin 05-01-18
 

Re: How do I copy an experiment from one project to another?

[ Edited ]

When looking at the Experiments list, "Duplicate" is now inside the ellipses at the right side of each row.

 

See this article for more information on managing experiments in Optimizely X:

https://help.optimizely.com/Set_Up_Optimizely/Manage_experiments_and_campaigns_in_Optimizely_X

 

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brubie 05-01-18
 

Re: How do I copy an experiment from one project to another?

I'm able to find the Duplicate option, but it only allows me to duplicate within the current project, and not duplicate into a different project. i.e. from our staging project to our production project. Screenshot attached.

 

 

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JasonDahlin 05-01-18
 

Re: How do I copy an experiment from one project to another?

Do you have them set up as different accounts?

e.g., are you able to switch from one to the other without using a different login?

 

If so, open a support ticket and ask them to look at the setup.

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