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Organize Projects in Cricut Design Space

As you create more and more projects in Design Space, you are going to need a way to organize your projects. Design Space has a wonderful feature called collections designed to help you sort and located your saved projects. Today, I am going to show you how to create project collections, organize your projects, and how to edit your collections.

Think of Collections like file folders in a project file box.  As you create projects for events, classes, or gifts, you can sort your saved projects into different files to help you find them later.


Organize Projects

To organize your projects into a collection, go to the My Projects Screen. When You click on the Organize button at the top of the screen you will be able to select the projects your want to place into one of your collections. If you have not created a collection, you will be directed to do that on the next screen.

When you are selecting projects for your collection, you can choose multiple projects at a time. I like to sort mine by type, event, or class.

Once you have selected your projects, you can add them to a collection you have already created or choose New Collection to add a collection to your list.

With the Cricut Access subscription, you can create as many collections as you wish.  If you don’t have Cricut access, you can still use the collections feature. You are just limited to five collections, which is plenty to work with when you are organizing.

If you would like to learn more about how to use Collections, edit, and organize projects, you can view my Five Minute Cricut Class video below.


If you have any questions about today’s video or how these tools work, please feel free to leave me a comment below.

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