The 5 steps Guide - Getting Started with your Academy

Step 1: Configure your Academy

Your Academy comes with a default configuration on user permissions, social features, and modules. You can edit these settings incredibly easily in five simple steps, in less than 2 minutes. This will also help you understand how your Academy works.

Start the Configuration by clicking on Admin from the upper navigation bar and then hit Academy Settings.


Read also: What settings of my Academy can I control?


Also, take the time to set up your academy's organizational structure.  It takes some time, but will pay dividends later when tracking and assigning.

Read also: How Can I Set Up My Organizational Structure?


Step 2: Upload Content and Create a Course

Create your courses and upload content into them.

Create courses by clicking on Tools from the upper navigation bar, and then Create Course.

Read also: How can I create corporate online courses?


Step 3: Add or Import Users

Adding users is the most important step to go live with your Academy. On Schoox it is easy to either add or import users just by uploading an excel file.

Import Employees by clicking on Admin, Add Users and then select to Invite or just Add Users from the corresponding tab.

Read also: How can I add employees and external members to join my Academy? 

Step 4: Assign your Course

You are now ready to assign your course to your team members! You will be amazed at how easy you can assign a course to either individual members or a group of members based on criteria like job, units, locations etc.

You can assign courses by clicking on Tools and then Assign Training.


Read also: How can I assign courses to employees?


Step 5: Visit the Reporting Dashboard

Let’s see what your team members have done so far and how they performed! Your Academy has a very powerful reporting dashboard that allows you get reporting data instantly and easily without the need to create any report.

Track your Employees progress by clicking on Admin and then Reporting.



Read also: Best Practice - How To Help Your Users Get Started With Your Academy

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