Users with the "Competitions: All Access" permission will be able to duplicate all challenges.
Users with "Competitions: Create Challenges" permission will be able to duplicate challenges they created.
1. Open the left navigation and click Competitions > Manage.
2. Click the ellipses icon, , and Duplicate on the challenge you wish to duplicate.
All challenges can be duplicated (live vs hidden mode or status has no impact).
Additionally, you can duplicate a challenge while viewing the results. Click the ellipses icon, , (next to the Export Challenge option) and Duplicate
3. After clicking duplicate, you will be navigated into the challenge form to finalize the details of your duplicated challenge.
The name of the duplicated challenge will feature the word "Copy" after the challenge's original name, ex. "Activity Challenge! Copy". Update and remove "copy" as needed. Note that there is a 64 character limit on the challenge name.
Select the appropriate challenge time frame. The challenge time frame for both one time and recurring challenges will not be mapped from the original.
The competitors, scoring, prizes, and add to TV information will be mapped over from the original challenge. Update as needed.
4. After making the desired edits, if the challenge is ready for competitor to view and interact with, Click the Create Challenge > Create Challenge.
If you'd like to preview/test the challenge's setup and view the competition before competitors are notified, click Create Challenge > Create Hidden Challenge.
↳ A hidden challenge allows you to test drive a competition's setup and scoring configurations without notifying users that a competition has been created. The challenge can be viewed, edited, and deleted by the competition creator and users with "Competitions: All Access" permissions, but it is hidden from any user without "Competitions: All Access" permission in Ambition. Once you've perfected the competition's setup, you can toggle the competition to "Live" and the competition will be visible across Ambition.
Learn more about "hidden mode" here.