What is a Path?

Paths allows you to string together multiple guides that can be assigned with a specific due date. Paths are great for use cases like onboarding or learning paths. In the example below, you can see that there's an Onboarding Guide, a New Hire Check List and a Corporate Pitch Certification that are linked together. A path is useful if you want users to complete a set of guides to build knowledge sequentially. 

Creating a Path

There are two ways to create a Path 

  1. In the main Training Admin page, there's the small option for "Create New" on the bottom of your list of folders which will open up an array of options including Folders, Guides and Paths. 
  2. Another, more obvious way, is to click on the large big "Path" box in the middle of the training admin screen. 

From here, you can select the guides that you would like to combine into a path. 

Adding Content to the Path

Once a path is created, use the link titled "Add a Guide, Resource, or Challenge" at the bottom of your path to select multiple guides, resources, and/or challenges to add to your path. 

Additionally, there is an option to set the path to be completed in order. Checking this box means a user can't progress to the next training object until they have successfully completed the ones prior. 

There's an additional option that appears that will allow you to determine whether the user must pass each learning object successfully in order to continue. Passing is determined by the test settings.

Assigning the Path

When you have finished creating your path, return to the overview page and assign it to your users. 

Here is what a finished path would look like for the assigned users! 

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