After creating your Litmos account, learn how to customize your profile settings, including adding a profile picture and any relevant information.
- [Instructor] Once you've created your Litmos account,…the first thing I recommend doing…is customizing your account profile.…You can do this by clicking on the drop-down menu…in the upper right corner.…I'm going to go ahead and click on that.…And you'll first want to make sure…that you're logged into your account.…Now in this course, I'll be creating…a fictional account for Samuel Kerner,…so this is my account,…and I'm going to click on My Profile and Settings.…This brings me to my profile page.…Now it's a good idea to update this right away…and make sure that you include any relevant information.…In order to do this, I'm going to go…to the left-hand side…and click on Edit My Profile.…
You'll see now that I can edit different fields…over here on the right.…There's already some information that's added…and this is from when the account was created.…If you scroll down, you'll see you can change…your password, title, manager.…I'm going to go ahead and add my company in there.…For your email address, you'll have to decide…
- Customizing your profile settings
- Roles and permissions
- Email templates
- Creating a new course and learning path
- Uploading and embedding content
- Customizing assessment settings
- Adding additional resources
- Managing users and teams
- Creating customized reports
Skill Level Beginner
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1. Profile and Account Settings
2. Create a New Course or Learning Path
3. Add Content to a Course
4. Manage Users and Teams
Overview of reports2m 26s
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