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Profile Photo Import Now Supported


Do you see the guy in the screenshot above?  He's the one who brings this new update to the Accudemia users.  Since yesterday it's possible to import profile pictures using ADX (the import tool).  Let's see how you can do this.

First of all, you need to download and install ADX in your computer.  If you already had it installed, then make sure to update to the latest version (click on Help -> Check for Updates).  Then login with your credentials and create a new import job. You will need to have all the photos and create a new CSV file to tell Accudemia what photo assign to each user.

For example, if you have a folder in your computer with all the photos name like "student_[ID].jpg", where [ID] is the student number, create a CSV like this:

Then, open ADX and create a new job.  You need to select the CSV file and the folder where all your photos are located, as shown here:



Then you need to map the student fields, at least the student number and the photo name, as shown here:



The last step would be to click Next until your job is saved and then run it by clicking on "Run Import Now".

That's it, go to Accudemia and your photos will be there!

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