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Profile answers importing now supported!

With the new release of Accudemia, one of the new features added is the possibility to import profile answers.

Profile answers does not have to be mapped if you are importing from a CSV file. The reason why it works this way is because you can have several questions across different pages.

Instead, profile answers require specific headers. The format of the header is @Profile(Page=X, Question=Y) where X represents the number of the page and Y represents the number of the question to set.

For example, if your profile questionnaire has 2 pages with 3 questions each, you should have 6 columns with the following headers:

  1. @Profile(Page=1, Question=1)

  2. @Profile(Page=1, Question=2)

  3. @Profile(Page=1, Question=3)

  4. @Profile(Page=2, Question=1)

  5. @Profile(Page=2, Question=2)

  6. @Profile(Page=2, Question=3)

Also, you can use a shorter version or the header by not specifying the words “Page” and “Question”, for example @Profile(1,2) for the page #1, question #2.

Here’s a simple example on how to update the first two questions in the first page:

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Once you have the headers corrected on your CSV files you must create the Profile Questionnaire.

To create it go to Control Panel and then Profile Questionnaire

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Here you will customize the Profile Questionnaire by setting the Title, Description, and Questions you would like asked.

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After click the blue button at the top to Save Changes.  The final step is to now activate the Profile tab on the Student information. Just click on User Accounts

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Once there make sure that all users you want to see the extended profile are selected in the Extended Profile Section. Then click Save Changes.Profile004

Now you can show your demographic reports based on the information collected.

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