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Orientation to the Classes/Groups Page

The Classes/Groups page contains all Classes/Groups in a Community. From this page, Community Members can create and manage Classes/Groups within the Community. While Community Members will only see Classes/Groups where they are indicated as the Class/Group Lead, Community Leads can view and edit all Classes/Groups.

  1. Filter - The filter box can be used to filter by Class/Group or Class/Group Lead name to locate specific Classes/Groups.

  2. Sort - The sort option allows sorting across various Class/Group settings. You may sort by Sign-On Rule to ensure every Class is utilizing that feature, by Focal Group to understand where that feature is being used, or by # of students to identify small or large Classes, for example.

  3. Create Class/Group - Click to create new Classes/Groups in just a few seconds.

  4. Default Settings - Defaults are special rules that Community Leads can set to synchronize setup for any new Class/Group that gets created in the Community.

  5. Edit Classes/Groups - The Edit Classes/Groups button provides a menu of options that can be applied to one or more selected Classes/Groups. 

  6. Class/Group Card - The settings for each Class/Group in a Community are summarized in their Class/Group “Card.” Settings include the following:

Edit a Class/Group name.

Sign-On Type - the type of unique identifier survey participants will use to access the survey (Email, Google, or Student/Staff ID).

Sign-On Rule - when enabled (indicated with the dark background) it dictates the format of acceptable participant identifiers and provides a precise sign-on prompt for participants. The sign-on rule reduces the likelihood of roster and sign-on errors and helps to protect data integrity.

Roster Locking - when enabled (indicated with the dark background) prevents individuals from accessing the Class/Group survey if they are not on the Roster. An unlocked roster (indicated with the white background) will allow access to the survey according to the Sign-On Rule.  

Focal Group - when enabled (indicated with the dark background), reports will disaggregate results for participants in the Focal Group.

Roster - indicates the number of participants on a Roster; when clicked, the Roster can be viewed and edited.

Class Leads - indicates the individuals who can edit the Class/Group settings and who have access to the Class/Group reports.

Communities - Classes/Groups can be a part of more than one Community. Any Communities the Class/Group is a part of are listed and hyperlinked for easy access.

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