Create a custom training section on a group page

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Who can use this feature?

  • Platform admins can add the custom training section widget on the platform group page layout to make the widget available to all groups.
  • Group admins can create multiple custom training sections on the page layout of their group only if the widget is made available by the platform admin.
  • With the Customization solution, group admins can create multiple custom training sections on their group page even if the widget isn't made available by the platform admin. For more information about the Customization solution, contact your Customer Success Partner (CSP).
  • Accessible on the Web Application.

On a group page, a custom training section displays courses and sessions from the group catalog filtered by skills and in alphabetical order. It's part of the list of widgets that allows you to customize your group page.

Group admins can create a custom training section by selecting the section title and the skills that filter the group catalog. If no courses or sessions in the group catalog are associated with the selected skills, the section is hidden. The configuration of the custom training section is not replicated in subgroups.

Learners can click the expander arrow to view up to 16 items, or click See all to access the search results page with the group catalog content filtered by the selected skills.

Add a custom training section

  1. In the left sidebar, click on a group.
  2. At the top right of the main section, click group-page-layout.svg Page Layout.
  3. In the right-side panel, click ADD WIDGET.
  4. Select Custom training section.
  5. At the bottom right, click NEXT.
  6. Enter a Widget title that will introduce the section on the group page.
  7. Click FILTER THE GROUP CATALOG BY > Skills.
  8. Under Select skills, click plus.svg.
  9. In the dialog box, select the skills you want to associate with the custom training section. You can select as many skills as you wish.
  10. At the bottom right, click SELECT SKILLS.
  11. At the bottom right of the right-side panel, click APPLY.

On the group page, the custom training section displays the courses and sessions available in the group catalog filtered by the selected skills, in alphabetical order.

If you select multiple skills, the section displays the content associated with each skill.

The custom training section is the only widget you can add multiple times in the group page layout.

Edit a custom training section

You can edit the title and skills associated with a custom training section:

  1. In the left sidebar, click on a group.
  2. At the top right of the main section, click group-page-layout.svg Page Layout.
  3. In the right-side panel, click on the title of the custom training section you wish to edit.
  4. If you wish to edit the section title, enter the new title in the field under Widget title.
  5. If you wish to edit the skills associated with the custom training section:
    • To delete a skill, click  cross.svg next to the skill.
    • To delete all skills, click  bin.svg on the right of Select skills.
    • To add a new skill, click plus.svg under Select skills, select the skill in the dialog box, and click SELECT SKILLS.
  6. At the bottom right of the right-side panel, click APPLY.

Delete a custom training section

  1. In the left sidebar, click on a group.
  2. At the top right of the main section, click group-page-layout.svg Page Layout.
  3. In the right-side panel, hover over the custom training section and click bin.svg at the right of the section title.
  4. Click APPLY.

Once you delete a custom training section from your group page, you can't restore it.

  • If a platform admin deletes the custom training section widget from the platform group page layout, all the custom training sections are removed from the group pages.
  • If the platform admin then adds the widget again to the page layout of the platform group, the custom training sections in the group pages are restored with the same title and skills associated.
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