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How to use the Expiry Date for compliance content
How to use the Expiry Date for compliance content

Ensure your Users are revisiting important mandatory training, when necessary, by implementing an Expiry Date.

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Written by Aaron-Spencer
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If your industry requires compliance training or certification on any kind of regular schedule, then this is about to make your life so much easier.

To set an Expiry Date:

  1. Inside your content type's editor, go to the Release & Deadline step

  2. Toggle the option under Renewal Cycle

  3. Assign any of the following recurring periods:

  • Monthly - 4 weeks

  • Quarterly - 3 months

  • Annually - 12 months

  • Custom - You can set customised Days/Weeks/Months

4. Once you've selected your desired options, click Save & Publish to finish.

Note✨: The Expiry Date will start from the date the User has completed the content. So, as Users learn at different paces, this date will be different for each assignee.

For Live Classes and Webinars

Users must click the "Join" button to attend the session, and this will activate the Expiry Date.

For Users

Once they've completed the content, they'll be able to retake the content by selecting the Retake button on the content's landing page.

Remember✨: If content has a Cost Per Learner applied, the User will only be charged once, and not each time the content is renewed upon completion.

Notifications to remind Users will be sent out:

  • On the date of expiry

  • 1 week after the expiration date (only if they have yet to retake/do the content)

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