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Take ownership of a Folder AND its contents

When taking ownership of a folder, you are currently not taking ownership of the contents of the folder. This makes taking over ownership of resources incredibly time consuming when you have to go into every folder and select all the resources.

I would be an improvement (for us, and probably others) when you take ownership of the folder, you also take ownership of its contents.

We use 'take ownership' when we want to create a blueprint subject (a copy from previous year) that we want use as a 'stamp' for next year.

  • Guest
  • Nov 15 2023
  • Not selected for implementation
Country NL
Category Content creation and management
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    Product Team commented
    11 Jan 09:06am

    Thank you for your idea. We're currently not planning any changes to the way "Take ownership" works, but we'll leave the idea on the idea portal to allow others to vote for it. This way, we can see how much need there is.


    the itslearning Product team