Search Saved Graphs

First make sure you are logged in to your Desmos account.

 

 

All of the graphs saved under a particular Desmos account, are accessible by clicking on the three horizontal lines in the upper left hand corner to open up the Saved Graphs menu.

 

 

Your saved graphs will be visible in chronological order, starting with the most recently opened graph. To find a particular graph, you can scroll through the list or search by graph name. To search click on the magnifying glass icon and type in the title of the graph you're looking for.

 

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    Capaulson

    Having the ability to search saved graphs is great, but it would also be helpful if we could implement some type of folder structure to keep everything organized.

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    Annette Hamilton

    Is there any way to organize the saved graphs?  I would like to be able to group by course content.

     

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    Tracey Hollabaugh

    Another resounding "Yes, please!" for folders to organize my graphs. 

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    Robert Foth

    All for some way to organize the graphs ... especially since when we edit we get a new link and then have to put that link into the documents we are using (or sharing). This way we can put each iteration in the same folder and use the most recent ... unless you allow for editing of a saved graph to keep the same permalink.

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