Create Modules

Set Module Properties

This is the pace where you will set the  properties of your Modules.

Step 1 Click on “Content”, which is the second tab on the Dashboard.
Step 2 Select the “Module” tab. From this tab you can you can create a new module in minutes by compiling various chapters.
Step 3 Click on “Add New” once.
Step 4 From this window you can create and configure various properties for a particular module. Additionally, you can bypass first 3 steps to directly reach this window by clicking on “Modules” in the “Create” row on the Dashboard.
Step 5 In a scenario wherein you would want to build on an existing module you can use the “Copy Existing Module”, option from within this window or you can also do the same using the copy option under “Actions” column on the Module listing screen.

Edit Module Properties

Step 6 Creation of a module entails going through 3 simple steps. First and foremost is “Editing the properties”, next comes, “Adding the Chapters” and finally “selecting the audience, using “Assign & Share”. On the properties screen you will have to key-in/select all the mandatory information before hitting “Save”. Moreover, on this window, to begin with you will have an option to enter the name of the module. Post that, you will need to enter the objective which once keyed-in will be visible to the users before consuming the Module. The objective (A non mandatory field) is basically setting up the goal for your Module.
Step 7 Right next to the “Module Name” field, are two options namely, “Copy Existing Module” and “Exclude this module from search”. Former can be used to copy and earlier created module and build on it and latter can be used incase a Producer doesn’t want this Module to be visible in the search list for any other Producers. The reasons for the same can be varying.
Step 8 The next field “Summary” is also a non mandatory field and can be used create a brief statement or account of the main points of the Module for the users.
Step 9 “Module Type”, will basically allow you to select the type of module as per your audience. For instance, a module tagged as “Beginner”, can be seen by Induction & Advanced level of users. Whereas, a module tagged as “Upgrade” can be only be seen by Advanced level of users. Furthermore, the modules tagged as “Spotlight” show up under a highlighted section above modules on the Home screen. The idea behind this is to grab eyeballs incase of any critical information being shared with the users.
Step 10 Using the “Add Content” option you can either upload chapters in the form of various file types from your computer or if you have created a chapter as an individual entity earlier; then you can click on “Wooqer” option to add a chapter from Wooqer cloud storage. The “Add Content” option also allows you to drag and drop files in case there is a need to do that.
Step 11 In the “References” field, you can share a reference for any the files that you have attached in the form of chapters.
Step 12 “Duration” field, will allow you to set the time frame for which a particular module should show up on the home screen for the users. This is an optional field and can be left blank if you want the modules to be available for consumption without any limitation.
Step 13 Every time a new user is added on the system, if you want a module to be automatically assigned to them based on their roles; you can use the “Assign to” option to lock the roles. However, later on in case you need to unassign a few users from this particular role; you will need to uncheck the role box and then unassign the user(s). Failure to do so will lead to automatic reassignment of the user under the locked role.
Step 14 Lastly, as soon as you have configured all the properties of a module on this window as per your requirement, to save them, you need to click on “Save” button.
Step 15 Once you hit Done, the system will ask whether you want to configure the properties of the chapters first or proceed straight ahead to sharing of the module. At this point if you choose to click on “Configure”, the system will redirect you to the window wherein you can manage the added chapters and set their properties and arrangement.
Step 16 On this screen, to enable comments, check history and manage chapters visibility, you need to click on “0” option once; which is stationed under “Chapter Settings” column. Moreover, to add more chapters in the module, you can click on ” Drag and drop files here or browse Computer/ Wooqer” and to delete some of the existing chapters you need to click on “Remove” option which resides under “Actions” column.
Step 17 Furthermore, to re-arrange the chronological order in which the chapters appear for the users post going live, you can use “Re-Order” option.
Step 18 On the closing dialog box, instead of “Configure” if you click on “Assign” then the system will take you to the Module Assignment window from where you can manage assign and sharing rights of the module.