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How To Save Levels In Super Mario Maker 2

Keep your marvelous creations safe by learning how to save levels in Super Mario Maker 2.
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Creating new levels in Super Mario Maker 2 is a real blast, and after spending a good while creating one, there’s nothing better than sharing it with a friend or the online world. However, if you want to share your stages or store them for a later date, you’ll need to know how to save them as well. If you’re new to the course maker, learning how to save levels in Super Mario Maker 2 is thankfully very easy, so follow this guide to do just that!

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How To Save Levels In Super Mario Maker 2 

To save levels in Super Mario Maker 2, you’ll need to be in the Course Maker mode, as you might expect. In Course Maker you’ll have an array of options around the edges of the screen. The Save/Load option can be found on the right side of the screen, as the icon with a robot’s head. Select this button with the D-Pad and A button, or tap it if you’re in handheld mode. 

In the menu that pops up, choose Save As in an empty slot, or select Save to overwrite a previous version of the level if you’re updating it. Once your level is saved you’ll also be able to share it using the Upload button. If you ever need to load a different level, or an older version of your current level, this can be done in the same Save/Load menu. Make sure you also test your level using the Play button in the bottom left of the screen to make sure it’s all working as you want it before you upload it.

That’s really all there is when it comes to understanding how to save levels in Super Mario Maker 2. You’re now ready to start designing levels for your friends, family, or even the whole world! If you’re confused by anything else in the game, we might be able to help! For example, click here to learn what the Green Flag means in Super Mario Maker 2!


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