I have read over the FAQ, but still require further understanding.
After the Admin create the login URL and send to partner/customer and the partner/customer add themselves to the account, can the partner/customer now register their employee/learners?
The way I understand it and have used it to this point is that I create the account which generates a URL specific to that group of people. As the Prime Admin, I specify the number of people allowed to register to that account. I send out the link to the responsible person. At this point, they do not do any additional registrations other than to distribute the link to others in the organization to subsequently create their accounts up to the limit you specify.
I am sure there are some other strategies for how this is managed. So hopefully this is helpful and others will share how they use it.
If all the seats are being used, anyone visiting the link would be presented with a screen similar to this.
Thank you so much for your feedback.
I can totally see how to use your example.
Another related question: If we're able to send different registration links/URL per partner/customer, does that mean I'll be able to create different location access?
For example; Let's say we have 5 different partners/customers who needs to be trained on our software. The partner/customers will designate which employees needs to take which course. Let's say we have 20 courses. All of the employees, no matter which customer, must take 3 of the courses. All other courses are role-specific, therefore, courses not applicable to that employee need not be accessible.
How would that be setup? Perhaps this is a web design issue rather than a Captive Prime issue.
If I understand correctly, I might suggest controlling access through the use of catalogs.
We have a similar setup where I only want certain courses to be available for a certain group. I have a catalog for that particular profile and only the courses I want that group to choose from are in that catalog. Some profiles have access to more than one catalog. This way when they register their account using the provided link, they are automatically restricted to those catalogs I specify for that group of people.
So you might have a separate catalog for the three that all have to take and for the other 17 that are role specific.
Hopefully, that makes sense.
Looks like I need to learn more about cataloging as a way to organize courses by role, and not by customer and give access via profile without having to create more than once access per employee because he may need courses in another group....that'll be idea.
Here's what I'm visualizing how catalogs and profile assignment may be used (or want to be used);
This could be tricky if it works that way.
If I'm seeing this correctly, and I hope I'm not, this looks like a lot of maintenance on mine and the partner/customers part.
It will certainly take a little planning up front and I imagine there to be more than one way to manage this.
Here is an idea you might play with but you will need to decide if it works for you or not.
Let's say you create a profile called Company A and that link gets shared to employees of Company A.
You have a generic catalog that is visible to all employees.
You can also create "Active Fields". These can be used to create additional groups and they are filled out when the employee registers. Perhaps one active field is to ask for their department. They use the same link to enroll as Company A but they might say they are in Sales or Accounting, etc. You then have only the Sales catalog visible to those who register as Sales and the Accounting Catalog visible to those who register as Accounting.
In my case, I ask External Users to provide their customer number.
Logistically it will require planning on the front end but once you have it working the way you want, it should eventually reduce some maintenance.
I so get that!
You are certainly correct, it'll take more planning upfront, which I suspected and able.
So, it looks like just knowing how I need which course to be access by which Company, then by which employee will certainly determine which LMS I'll need.
You have been much helpful. I thank you for your time and knowledge.