Importing and Exporting Worlds in an important feature that allows users to share worlds with each other.

Learn how to export a world by following these steps:
From the Minecraft start screen, click “PLAY”
Click the pencil icon to the right of the world
At the bottom of the menu, click “Export World”
Save the world to your location of choice. The exported .mcworld file can be placed anywhere (network drive, USB, etc.) to provide maximum flexibility.

Learn how to Import a world by following these steps:
From the Minecraft start screen, click “PLAY”
Click the left arrow icon to the right of “Create New”
Find the .mcworld file and select it to import.

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21 Replies to “Learn to Play: Importing and Exporting Worlds”

  1. Hey , i have a question. Im restrartanting my pc and i want to import my world to the pendrive , and question is . does i will can Play my world later?

  2. How do you use Minecraft comes alive on 1.12.0 every time I do it it won’t work it says import failed and it says it’s a valid zip I even used mc.pack and it still won’t work 🙁

  3. I built a house on my personal iPad (minecraft PE) and I want to export it to another IPad (Education Edition) for a project. Is it possible to export a world from minecraft PE to Minecraft Education Edition without a computer??

  4. I just have a question for ya, i'm a student at a school i dont wan't to name and my computer lab is being shut down. And i have saved my world i have been working on for (probably) a semester, and whenever i try to import the world it says import failed. Is there something with using USB's or something? I don't know, hope you can help!

  5. is there a way to convert a world i made in education edition into windows 10 or pocket edition? i will have to eventually give my laptop back, meaning the city ive been working on for a long time will be gone! soon we will be fixing our desktop pc or getting a new one and getting back our windows 10 edition and java edition. any ideas of how to take an education edition world from a laptop (most likely put it on my sd card using my card reader then put it on my desktop) and accessing it through the other versions?

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