Cloning Projects

KgBase has a repository of public projects created by other users. If you'd like to edit another user's project, you can clone it to your own account, and work from there.

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Showing Public Projects

On the right side of your dashboard you can toggle between projects. “Owned by me” displays your projects, while “Owned by anyone” displays all public projects on KgBase.

Cloning User's Project

You can also search for specific user’s projects by typing their name in the search bar at the top of the screen, selecting their name, and then going to the “Projects” section of their profile.

To clone a project, click the three dots in the top right corner of the project folder and select “Clone.”

Copying Data

In the pop-up, you can rename your copy of the project, as well as select a color for it. Click “create” to clone the project.

The data from the original project will be copied into your new project. The project is a separate copy, so you can freely modify the data without altering the original project you cloned.