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How to view the Expiry Date Insights for compliance content
How to view the Expiry Date Insights for compliance content

Check the Expiry Date for content that requires Users to renew their learning.

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Written by Aaron-Spencer
Updated over a week ago

Setting an Expiry Date works wonders when creating - and tracking - compliance training content. With the Expiry Date column, you can easily check when your Users will need to renew that learning.

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 will need to be restarted, by its Users.

For example...

  • On 1 July 2022, the Author sets the Expiry Date 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 Expiry Date has been set

When the Course has expired for the first time, the column will show:

  • "Not Started"

Remember: Courses that have an Assessment, with the option, "User must pass to complete assessment" marked, won't be considered complete until Users have achieved the given passing grade.

SCORM Courses won't be considered complete, except if the SCORM file was created to record all attempts as complete, even if the User has failed the assessment inside.

  • Once the Expiry Date is reached, the Course progress will restart and show as "Not Started" within the insights data tables.

For more on the expectations for tracking SCORM Courses compliance, read: Understanding SCORM Course Compliance.

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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