Group Structure: How to organize your Super Groups into a Group Structure by Regions and/or Products.

An organized Group Structure is critical for managing a large portion of users, as well as their performance.

Super Groups and sub-groups will help you reflect your Company structure and better organize Lesson Plans Assignments and Group Management.

If you would like to structure your groups by product, and assign a Lesson Plan to a group of distributors, start creating your “Product” Group, then create the type of training for the specific product, ex. Basic or Advanced.

Any Distribution Partner who needs this the “Product Basic Training” can be added to the sub-group you would like to assign trainings to.

Instead, if you would like to organize groups by regions, you could create the USA country Super Group containing California and Colorado States as sub-groups. You can add further groups within these states such as cities. Each of these groups can have their own set of users.

Any new user who joins the organization and is required to take Lesson Plans which apply to the specific Country/Region/City can be added to the group at a later time.

While creating groups, take also into account which of your Site Sub-administrators will manage each Group. Their access and privileges will only apply to the assigned group(s).

If you want to find out more on using Super Groups to create a Group Structure within your Learn-WiseGo account, contact your Account Manager for more information!

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New Learn-Wise Features

Organize Learn-Wise with New Features

The latest Learn-Wise update includes great new features to help you organize and optimize your Learn-Wise experience—both for you and your users. These features are on your site now. Read on to find out more about Training Descriptions & Categories and adding new users directly to Groups and Sub Groups.

Training Descriptions, Categories, and Search

Improve search and discovery of Training Modules and Lesson Plans by adding Categories and Descriptions.

AND trainees can also now search Training Module or Lesson Plan titles by keyword.


Great! How do I use it?

Simply add these features on the Create Training Module or Create Lesson Plan page.

Look for these new fields:












You can create Categories in advance or “on the spot.” To create Categories in advance, use the new “Categories” sub tab under LMS. These Categories will be available in the “Select Category” dropdown menu next time you create new, or edit an existing training module.

What is the best way to use these new features?

  • Give it some thought and planning. You can always edit the Category and Description, but it is best to map it out first and avoid making changes later.
  • Keep it simple and concise. There is no character limit for the description, but aim for 1-2 meaningful sentences.
  • Each or Lesson Plan can only have one
  • For example, you might create categories for each product line, division or for training levels (i.e. Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced).

Do I have to use it?

  • These features are automatically on your site, but they are not required fields.

Add User to Group/Sub Group when creating account

  • If you use the import spreadsheet, you can only add users to one Group and one Subgroup on the spreadsheet. Once the account is created, you can always add them to more Groups from the Accounts tab.
    • Groups and Subgroups listed on the import spreadsheet must already exist on your site. You can create new Groups and Subgroups under the Groups sub tab under Accounts.

Don’t see new features after an update?

Always clear your browser cache after new features are released.

Look for webinars on these new features soon.

Questions? Contact your Account Representative for more details.


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