With the introduction of version 06 of Method Grid, all platform members can now create a grid (even if this is just within their own private grids in their own private folder area - for user and external member types).

For free accounts, an architect or builder can clone a grid in the main grid library.

For professional and enterprise accounts, configurable access control will determine who has the access permission to clone a grid in the main grid library; see What is configurable access control?

You can clone a grid from within the grid library, by clicking the clone action button on the grid thumbnail - or - within a selected grid by clicking the clone action button on the grid action bar.

You can then select to clone “Just grid” (the grid framework with no constituent elements) or “Grid with elements” (the new grid will contain copies of all the original elements – with all element content effectively copied over also).

The cloned (copied) grid is to be found in the same folder as the grid you have cloned from. 

For grids cloned from the Method Grid store, the cloned (copied) grid is to be found in your private folder. See How to download a grid from the Method Grid store?