I’m an ICT teacher who is using Thunkable to teach a mobile app design unit with my 8th grade students and it’s been extremely successful. The question I have is simple, is there an easy way to save/archive student projects that I feel may be exemplars that could be used as examples for future students? I don’t need to download them to a device, I only need to be able to retain some of the projects to show students (in live test mode). I could leave the projects in the account, however, it appears that once a certain number of projects have been created, the system won’t build an app for download (this impacts students who ultimately want to put the app they created, on their device). I know in the android version I can download the .apk file to my computer, and I guess that would work for that platform, freeing up space in the account to create new projects. It would be a pain to have to continuously import/export every time I wanted to show a project, but it’s a solution. I don’t see anything in iOS that would work though. Any suggestions? Thanks in advance!