Jan 25, 2016 // For DigitalChalk Users, Online Training Software, Tips and Tricks, Tutorials

How To: Setting Up Offering Options

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Did you know that you can arrange your courses to show up in a specific order on both the ‘Dashboard’ tab and ‘Catalog’ tab? This allows you to simplify your students Dashboard and Catalog to more easily find their needed courses.

How do I access these options?

  1. Go to the ‘Manage Courses’ tab.
  2. Select ‘Offerings’ from the left side menu.
  3. Click on ‘Edit offering options’ above the offerings listed.DigitalChalk: How To - Setting Up Offerings Options

The first section you will see is how you would like the offerings to be listed on the student’s ‘Dashboard’ tab, and the second is how the courses will be listed in the ‘Catalog’ tab. Both of these sections have the same 2 options to choose from, alphabetical and custom. If you select alphabetical it will alphabetically arrange your offerings automatically, and if you select the custom option you will be able to arrange the offerings in any order you want.DigitalChalk: How To - Setting Up Offerings Options

How do I arrange the offerings if I select the custom option?

When looking at your list of offerings you will see an icon that has 3 horizontal bars to the left of the offering title – click on this icon and drag the offering to the spot you would like it to be.

The last section of the ‘Edit offering options’ window lets you determine how many courses will be shown on each page for both the ‘Dashboard’ and ‘Catalog’ tabs.

 

Don’t forget to check out our knowledge base if you have other questions, or feel free to contact our support team at 877-321-2451 opt. 2 and support@digitalchalk.com.

Want to learn more about the DigitalChalk e-learning platform? Call us at 877-321-2451 opt. 1 or request a live demo with a Product Specialist.

Bekah Stinehour

Technical Writer

Bekah is a customer advocate, marketing assistant, and a technical writer for DigitalChalk. She graduated from Auburn University in 2012 and has been working with DigitalChalk for three years.

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