Why? You don't duplicate clips in the project bin either, do you? Just use the sequence multiple times if needed in a timeline. Maybe start reading about nesting.
Lots of reasons - like so you can go back to it if you are worried you might mess something up!
Select the sequence in the Project panel and go to Edit|Duplicate.
Thanks Jeff, you are very helpful.
Works perfectly. Thanks so much for the clear answer.
Jeff... I am new to Premiere and trying to duplicate a sequence but the Duplicate option is in gray so I can not select it. Perhaps I am not in the Project panel? Please let me know how I can click onto the Project panel?
Was that even the question asked ? I wish people answered the question and not just unwanted opinions.
So easy when you know how!
We created an extension for true duplication of sequences, and it's create unique copies of all items included the sequence with custom settings of naming https://aescripts.com/duplicate-it/
We've been wishing Adobe would do this for YEARS! Feature requests have been ineffective. Such a valuable tool!
I'm an hourly employee and this tool will cost me plenty of lost hours! 🙂
I just updated to premiere pro 2020 and now cannot duplicate sequences. I did this update to solve the fact that my typt tool sub menu disappeared and read forums that said to uninstall and reinstall to solve that. Now having both problems. Super frustrating. Why can't I right click or Edit/Duplicate a sequence at all??