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How can I set auto assignment rules?

In Schoox, you can set rules to have courses being automatically assigned to users.

You can create rules per job positions, based on units or above units, or combine criteria to create more advanced assignment rules to meet your training needs. 

To assign a course to users, select Manage Course under the course of your preference.

From the left side menu, under Students select Assignment

From the top panel, click on Advanced Assignment

Let's take a closer look at different scenarios of  advanced assignment.

 

1. Assign a course to a group of people based on the job

You can assign a course to one or more groups of people based on their job, unit or above unit. Simply you can set an assignment rule to assign the course to future employees automatically.

Under Advanced Assignment, select the specific job to which this assignment is associated.


Then, select the desired Above Units and Units in their respective columns, filtering using the drop-down menus, if needed.

If you want to select users that are directly associated with an above unit, you need to select the above unit required. In case you need to select users associated directly to a unit, you need to select the unit.

In the following image you can check the "Texas" and "California" above units to have the rule applied to the users that have any of these above units assigned. You can also check the "Store #0110" and "Store #0382" to have the rule applied to those users that have any of these units assigned.

The number of individuals that match the criteria will appear below.


You have the choice of either assigning this course to this group this one time, and/or setting up a rule that will automatically assign individuals under these parameters in the future.

Check Automated Assignment Rule to make this assignment a rule for future hires.

Check Only to new hires if you ONLY want this to pertain to future hires, as opposed to assigning it now.

Add a due date and note as before, and click the blue Assign/Set button when finished.

You can create a rule, setting as criteria the job of the users. Select the job from the drop down menu.

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2. Assigning a course to individuals that belong in more than one group.

You can create rules with criteria that match to more than one set. To better understand this functionality, have a look at the graph below: 

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Let's assume that you have Data Set A and Data Set B and you want to assign a course to Unit Managers that belong in both Unit A and B.

To do so, set the first rule for the Data Set A. Data Set A will include the user with the job "Unit Manager" that are associated with the above unit "California" or the unit "Store A". 

Select the job from the drop down menu, the above unit and unit. 

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Select Add Rule.

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Once you select to Add Rule, a new panel will be created, where you'll need to insert the rule for the second data set (Data Set B) and then set the combination criteria.

For the second rule, we will select for the Data Set B the users with job "Unit Manager" that are associated with the unit "Store B".

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Click on the arrow symbol of the second rule and insert all necessary details; the job and unit.

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In the Rule composition editor panel, insert how the rules have to be combined.

In the example we have the user with the job "Unit Manager" that are assigned to both units "Store A" and "Store B".

To do that, you need to write in the editor "1 AND 2".

Each number refers to the number of the rule. So 1 refers to the first rule (Data Set A) and 2 refers to the second rule (Data Set B).

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Click on Calculate to see how many users match the criteria. 

Check Automated Assignment Rule to keep make this assignment into a rule for future hires.

 

3. Assign a course to three sets of people

You can add up to three rules following the same process. You can click the "Add Rule" button to create a third rule.

In the Rule Composition editor panel add "1 AND 2 AND 3".

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This rule will calculate the users that belong in all three rules (Data Sets A, B and C) at the same time.

 

4. Assign a course to three sets of people, when the third set is independent. 

You can also assign a course to three sets, when the third set isn't connected with the other two. 

Example:  You need to assign a course to Unit Managers that belong in Data Set A and Data Set B, and all Sales Managers of Data Set C.

You can create a third rule for Data Set C, for the users with job "Sales Manager" that are associated with above unit(s) and/or unit(s). One the third rule is created, you can write in the Rule composition editor the (1 AND 2) OR 3. This means that the assignment will be applied to all users that are in both Data Set A and Data Set B (rules 1 and 2) and to those that are also in the Data Set C (rule 3) without required to be in the first two Data Sets.

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Check Automated Assignment Rule to keep make this assignment into a rule for future hires.

 

Possible connections for the Rule Composition Editor are listed below:

1 OR 2: This assigns the course/curricula to all users that are either in rule 1 or 2.

1 AND 2: This assigns the course/curricula to all users that are in both rules 1 and 2.

1 AND 2 AND 3: This assigns the course/curricula to all users that are in all rules 1, 2 and 3. 

1 OR 2 OR 3: This assigns the course/curricula to all users that are either in rule 1, 2 or 3. 

(1 AND 2) OR 3: This assigns the course/curricula to all users that are in both rules 1 and 2 or in rule 3.

(1 AND 2) OR (1 AND 3): This assigns the course/curricula to all users that are in both rules 1 and 2 or in both rules 1 and 3.

(1 AND 2) AND (2 AND 3): This assigns the course/curricula to all users that are in both rules 1 and 2 and in both rules 2 and 3.

(1 AND 2) AND (2 OR 3): This assigns the course/curricula to all users that are in both rules 1 and 2 and either in 2 or 3.

 

* The connections can contain up to three sets of rules. Rules included in parentheses are consider as one set of rules and prioritized over the ones outside the parentheses.

* The AND operator has priority when calculated over the OR calculator.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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