How do I enroll users in a group or learning content item with a CSV file as a manager? Follow
Learners whose unique identifiers (UIDs) already exist in Bridge can be enrolled in specific groups, courses, programs, live trainings, or checkpoints with a CSV file.
Before uploading, please confirm how to properly format the CSV file.
• Some features may be restricted based on permissions for your user role.
• You can only add or update users on the Users page.
Open Manage Groups
Click on the ADMIN option in the Global Navigation menu. Then click on Manage Groups.
Note: The Global Navigation menu may differ depending on what is enabled in your account.
If adding learners to a new group, click the Add New Group button . Click the Manually add or remove learners option . If adding learners to an already-created group, click the name of the group from the group list .
Note: You cannot add users via CSV to smart groups, the All Learners group, or auto-generated manager domain groups.
Open Learning Content Item
To add learners to a learning content item via the Author menu option, click the Courses , Programs , Live Trainings , or Checkpoints link . Then, click the name of the learning content item you would like to edit .
Add via CSV
To add users to a group or learning content item, click the Add via CSV link.
Drag and drop the CSV file onto the page. You can also browse and choose a file on your computer.
Ignore CSV Column Headers
If your CSV file contains column headers, click the This file has column headers checkbox so that Bridge will ignore the first line of your file.
Note: The CSV import page will only allow you to preview 5 rows of data.
Assign Login ID
Drag the Login ID key to the column containing the unique identifier (UID), which could be a learner's name, employee ID, or email address.
Note: Bridge will ignore learner UIDs that are present in the CSV file but don't already exist in your account. Only learners with a preexisting UID that matches their Login ID will be added.
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