Often, coaches will repeat parts of a program, or use previous programming as the basis for a new week. In WodUp, you can easily copy WODs around within a program or between programs.

Drag and Drop - Move or Copy a Single WOD

To copy a single WOD within a calendar page, click and drag on the "handle" marked with dots at the top left. Pro-tip: Your pointer will look like a hand 🤚🏻 when you hover over it!

To move the WOD instead, hold Shift while you release the mouse button. To cancel the dragging operation, press Escape.

Move or Copy a WOD Component

Individual components can be moved/copied between WODs. Say you want to swap Wednesday's outdoor run for Thursday's Row because it looks like rain 🌧

Here we're using the Shift key to move instead of copy:

Note that you can't reorder components from the calendar view, so you'll need to open up the WODs and drag things into the order you want from there.

Move or Copy Multiple WODs - Drag and Drop

To move or copy multiple WODs, first select them with the checkboxes that appear when you hover. After selecting all the WODs, you can click one of them and drag to the date where you want the corresponding WOD to be copied (e.g. if you drag the first WOD, choose the date where you want the first WOD to be copied).

Note that if the WODs are not on consecutive days (e.g. Mon/Wed/Fri), they will keep that spacing at the destination.

Select multiple WODs and copy with drag within a screen

Move or Copy between Calendar Pages or Programs

If you want to copy programming off-screen, for example if you are running a 4-week cycle and you want to copy Week 1 from June to Week 1 of July, or if you want to create a template or fixed-length program using some of your group classes as a base, you can select the WODs, navigate to the destination and simply click "Paste WOD".

Notice in this example, we copy part of the "CrossFit" program to the "Oly" program. This will work across any program, including individual, fixed, group or template programs.

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