Archiving and Restoring Rocks
- Click Meetings in the menu bar
- Click on the gear icon (Manage) button to the right of your meeting
- Click Rocks
- Click the icon to the right of your Rock (box with the arrow icon pointing down)
- Your Rock will appear grayed out and is archived
Alternative method (account admin only)
- Click your name at the top right of the Workspace
- Click Manage Organization
- Click a users name from the list
- Click the down arrow file cabinet to the far right of the 'Edit' button on the rock (account admins cannot archive their own Rocks)
Important Rock Information
If you have trouble or experience any errors while archiving a Rock, please reach out to us for assistance: firstname.lastname@example.org
Newly archived Rocks appear grayed out to give you the opportunity to unarchive by clicking the archive button once more. Once you refresh, or leave the section and return, your grayed out (archived) Rock will not be on this list anymore. You can find it in the Meeting Archive.
Archive a rock from all meetings and workspaces
- Click the name of a rock from any tile on the workspace.
- Click the 'Archive Rock' button at the top left of the popup window.
View and Restore Archived Rocks
- Click Meetings in the top menu bar
- Click on the gear icon (Manage) button to the right of your meeting.
- Click Meeting Archive
- Click Rocks along the top
- Choose a date range with the calendar icon in the top right corner, this is how you will find older items
- Select the date range using the left calendar as a starting date and the right calendar as an ending date. Click Apply (Or use one of the presets available)
- Your archived Rocks will populate
- Click on any Rock to view notes
- To restore, click the icon to the right of your Rock (box with an arrow pointing down) to un-archive the Rock.
Alternative Method (admin only)
- Click your name at the top right of the workspace.
- Click Manage Organization.
- Click the Advanced tab.
- Click the 'Archived Rocks' button.
- Use the 'Unarchive' button to restore an archived rock.