Reset a playground in Swift Playgrounds on Mac
In some playgrounds in Swift Playgrounds, you can reset changes you’ve made, all the way back to the starting point. This is especially useful if you want to retry a challenge you already completed or let a friend try it. You can reset the current page or all the pages in a playground.
Note: In a playground created from the Playground button in the My Playgrounds window, you can’t reset changes. You can create another blank playground by going to the My Playgrounds window and clicking the Playground button again, and then renaming the new playground. See Use and create playgrounds.
Reset a page in a playground
Resetting a page removes the code changes you’ve made on the page and returns the page to its original state. In a playground that supports user modules, resetting a page resets the code in the Main Swift file on the current page (in the tab with at the top) but doesn’t reset the shared Swift files in the playground.
In the Swift Playgrounds app on your Mac, go to the page you want to reset, then choose File > Start Page Over.
Reset a playground
Resetting a playground removes the code, images, and files you’ve added and returns the playground to its original state. In a playground that supports user modules, resetting it also removes modules and files you’ve added as well as the code changes you’ve made to any of the Swift files that came with it.
In the Swift Playgrounds app on your Mac, choose Window > My Playgrounds.
Control-click the playground you want to reset, then choose Reset.