AProfileis a place for each user to display his or herBadges. Users can also write short, plain-text descriptions of themselves in the About Mefield. Domain Administrators can enable User Profiles and modify their visibility settings by going toDomain Control > Applications > Features. You can alsoview Profilesthrough the Accountsarea of the domain control.
Note: Parent accounts do not have User Profiles.
First, let's take a look at a sample Profile.
In this example, Padma has earned two badges that are viewable to me when I'm logged in with this particular account. We could click the "Class" tab to see which class each Badgeis from, or we could click the "Year" tab to see when Padma earned the badge. Depending on the visibility settings discussed below, the Profileis a great way for Padma to display achievementBadgesto teachers, students, peers - and even, possibly, the world!
Enabling & Configuring User Profiles
To enable Profilesfor your domain,
Go to the Domain Control.
Click theApplications tab.
At the bottom of the page, check the box forProfiles
To configure visibility settings for Profiles, click on "Settings" to open the window shown below. Choose the options that best fit your school's needs.
Viewing a Profile as a Domain Administrator
For Domain Administrators, there are two ways to see a Profile:
Find the user in by using theNavbar,underPeople.
Then,Masqueradeas the user.
Go to their user drop-down menu, and select My Profile.(Note: you can make changes to the user's profile this way, so be careful!)
By Using a ClassRoster:
While viewing a class, click theManage Class drop down menu.
Hover over a student's profile picture. In the pop-up, click the student's name.