Using the Renewal Cycle option works wonders for creating - and tracking - compliance training. Now, with the Expiry Date column, you can easily check when your Users will need to renew their learning, for that compliance content.

To get started...

1. Go to the Content page (via Dashboard).

2. Search for your desired content, then click on the content's title (via the Name column). This will take you to the content's sub-page.

3. You can view the Expiry Date column within the sub-page table.

The Expiry Date will display the date that the content's renewal cycle will end, and the User will need to revisit the content, to complete it again, and update the cycle.

For example...

  • On 1 July 2022, the Author sets the Renewal Cycle at 3 months

  • The Expiry Date column will show blank "-"

  • The assigned User then completes the content on 1 Aug 2022.

  • The Expiry Date will be 3 months from when the User completed the content.

  • So now, the Expiry Date column will show 1 Nov 2022.

The Expiry Date column will show a blank "-" value, when:

  • No Renewal Cycle has been set

  • The Renewal Cycle date has been set, but the User has yet to complete the content, since being assigned to it.

    • The blank value "-" will remain, once the Expiry Date has been reached.

  • The Renewal Cycle will remain blank, even if a User completes the Course after the Expiry Date

Remember: If the Course or SCORM Course has an assessment, the content won't be considered complete, until the User has at least achieved the minimum passing grade. Exceptions being if the SCORM file was created to record all attempts as complete, even if the User has failed the assessment inside.

4. You can display content that expires on, or between, a specific date range, by using the filter.

See a quick walk-through of the Expiry Date column in our video, below.

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