Saving Graphs

To save a graph, first make sure you are signed in to your Desmos account.

 

Save button will appear when savable changes have been made to your graph. Click Save to save the graph to your account. If you would like to Rename and Save your graph, click on the title.



Type the name of your graph and press Save.

 

You'll be able to see your saved graph by clicking the three horizontal lines in the upper left hand corner.


 

As you make changes to the graph, the Save button will keep appearing. To save any updates or changes, you will need to keep saving.

 

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11 Comments

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    Fabrice Neyret

    Attention:

    • your graph only exists in the computers at desmos. What is shared mailed or even saved on the google drive is only an image + URL.

    • still, note that you can copy-paste your equations in an editor (e.g. your mailer).

      - In passing, you will then discover that you get... latex maths !  These allows for high-quality printing in documents. e.g. GoogleDoc "insert equation" understand them.

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    Miyana Hughes

    How do I do the same procedure on a phone?

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    Bfedderman

    Is it possible to delete a saved graph?
    Or perhaps to organize saved graphs other than by date created?

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    Guadalupe Ramirez

    How do I find my saved graphs?

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    IAnthonyIsAwesome

    You find it by clicking on the three lines in the up-left corner.

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    19sgama

    is there any way i can check the exact time and date? i need to have this in order to get a grade.

     

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    Drjones

    How do I send saved items to another person?

     

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    Trebillesbach

    my computer shut off in the middle of finishing an algebra project, i had 47 slides and was working on it for the past few hours and literally lost EVERYTHING.... nice saving mechanism you got here desmos. dumbest thing i have ever seen. needs to just save automatically..

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    QUE5EDILLA

    I was doing a project for math- I had a few hundred lines down- and then my internet fluctuated for a second. Desmos. Your saving mechanism is honestly as useful as Donald Trump in the white-house. Your saving mechanism is as useful as a crowd of Vegans fighting living steaks. Your saving mechanism is absolutely the most useless thing ever. Ever seen the Lorax? It's a good movie. In the movie there are these things called thneeds. Nobody needs them. You should contact the owner of that business and ask to sell your saving mechanism with them. It can be a package."Counterproductive couple.", "Dysfunctional duo.", "Disadvantageous Dyad", "Purposeless pair.". Here are some more products you can pair with. Pre- peeled banana with a plastic wrap. Goldfish walker. Rope-less skipping rope. Pet rock. Get the idea? Yes. I am so angry about your system that I wasted 30 minutes ranting about it and researching different useless things. Apply your Saving mechanism to this list*, you are sure to be the first one there.

    *https://www.indy100.com/article/the-12-most-pointless-things-ever-invented--Z1Sd9fYMbl

    -Sincerely

    A pissed off user.

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    Kylie Leung

    This is a horrible saving mechanism. My computer shut down when I had finished hours of work that was not saved automatically. Please fix this! It is terribly inconvenient to have to manually save every single little change you make!

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    Fabrice Neyret

    #Kylie: alas, this is totally incompatible with the strange inconvenient choice they made to generate a new graph with new URL at each saving.

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