Visit the “organization” tab on your organization management page to manage groups.
Click on the "..." button and choose “add a group". “Untitled group” will appear. Click on "..." then "edit" to rename the new group.
Click outside of the group to see what your organization now looks like.
To add or change an image for a group or subgroup, enter edit mode for that group. Then, click on the icon to the left of the group name to add an image for that group.
To add another group to your organization, repeat the process.
Click on a group’s "..." button to rename it, remove it, or add a group within it.
Here's a nested group.
Click on the new group's "..." button to edit that new group.
Create as many groups and groups within groups as you’d like.
Visit the “all users” tab on your organization management page to manage users.
Invite members to your organization by clicking “invite”. Enter the email addresses of your members in the field provided. Click “send”.
Click on a user name to manage user roles in your organization’s groups. You cannot manage users until they accept the invitation.
A user is automatically an instructor in the organization and in all groups until you edit their roles in each group.
Roles within an organization
There are three roles a user can have within an organization:
Inactive: the user has no access to the group or courses in the group.
Instructor: instructors can view and share courses in a group. They can invite learners and view learner reports for courses in that group.
Admin: an admin of a group can edit, publish, and share a course in a group. They can invite learners and view learner reports for courses in that group.
Note: admins at the top organization level can manage users, courses, and groups within the entire organization.
Use the organization level drop down menu to set the role this user has in the entire organization.
Use the role drop down menu associated with a group to choose which role a user will have in that group.