Organization Admins and Teachers are able to create tasks. There are three different types of tasks to choose from. 

Task types are ”Course by date”, ”Exam by date” and ”Message”. By using tasks you are able to guide your group’s studies. 

To find tasks, click ”My Group” on the upper part of the page and choose ”Tasks”. 

Create tasks on the Tasks page. Go to ”Group tasks” tab and click the + icon.

A pop-up window appears. Here you can name the task, eg. Pharmacology exam, group123. 

Choose task type by clicking open the drop-down menu and choose ”Exam by date”. 

Then choose your wished exam by opening the Select quiz menu. You can also start typing the name of the exam. 

After this, you can choose the course by opening the Select course menu. You can also start typing the name of the course. 

You can assign the exam to the whole organization, subgroups or single users. 

You may define maximum number of retries users can take or what is the passing rate (%). You can also decide wether you wish to notify the group, or if you choose to create an exam with code. In the latter case a user can take part in the exam only by filling in the code sent to him/her. 

You have to define the time frame in which the exam has to be taken. 

Use ”Course by date” task in case you want your students to complete a course within a certain period of time. 

You can assign the task to the whole organization, subgroups or single users.

You have to define the time frame in which the task has to be completed. Select Start date and Due date. 

Use the ”Message” task if you wish to send a message to a certain subgroup or students. 

You can assign the task to the whole organization, subgroups or single users.

You have to define the time frame in which the task has to be completed. Select Start date and Due date.

If you want to see all completed exams and their results, go to Group tasks page. Change the settings to ”Completed”.

Follow the progress of the tasks on the Tasks list. In order to get a more detailed report, click ”Results”. 

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