Share links to allow people to 'click to enrol' in topics, articles, or pathways
All knowledge in Tribal Habits (including imported or copied library topics) has the option to share internal auto-enrolment links. You can find these links on the Access tab of any topic, article or pathway in the 'Share links to allow people to 'click to enrol'' section.
When clicked by an existing user who is logged into your portal, an internal auto-enrol link will automatically enrol that user into the relevant knowledge. This allows you to manage enrolments from outside Tribal Habits - say, via an email or intranet site. You can share these internal auto-enrol links in your organisation and people can elect to enrol in that knowledge themselves. This is also very useful if you want to 'deep link' to knowledge in things like PDF documents, intranet sites or performance review portals.
How do internal auto-enrolment links work?
To help manage your internal auto-enrol links...
An auto-enrol link exists for each topic, article and pathway by default. However, you can create additional internal auto-enrol links for topics and articles too.
Each link can have a label (i.e. a link reference), helping you remember its purpose.
Each link can be deactivated temporarily or deleted permanently. Deactivating a link temporarily prevents enrolments (users will receive a message informing them the link is currently disabled). Deleted links are permanently destroyed for security purposes and cannot be recovered.
Internal auto-enrol URLs can also trigger the event notification option for self-enrolments for that knowledge, so you can be alerted each time someone uses an external auto-enrol option.
Creating new internal auto-enrol links
To create a new internal auto-enrol link, follow these steps:
Navigate to the 'Access' tab of the topic or article and scroll to the section called 'Share links to allow people to 'click to enrol''.
Click 'Edit Links', then click 'Add a new internal auto-enrol link'.
Optionally provide a link reference (i.e. a label to help you differentiate internal auto-enrol links from one another and identify each link's purpose).
Note that at this time, pathways do not support multiple auto-enrol links.
Deleting or deactivating an internal auto-enrol link
To delete or deactivate an internal auto-enrol link, follow these steps:
Navigate to the 'Access' tab of the topic, article or pathway and scroll to the section called 'Share links to allow people to 'click to enrol''.
Click 'Edit Links', then click 'Deactivate' or 'Delete' next to the applicable link. Note that deleted links cannot be recovered. Deactivated links can be reactivated when needed.