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How Do Learners Fill Out a Form?

Learners have the same capacity to fill in a form on Edulink One as employees and parents. Once logged in to Edulink One, students are alerted to a new form when the Forms icon has a red circle next to it. The red circle also details the number of forms the learner must complete in white.

To fill in forms, the Forms tab must be configured in the administration settings.

Learners must click the Forms icon to view the form.

Forms icon: How Do Learners Fill Out a Form
Forms Icon: Learner View

Next, learners must click on the form that they need to fill in. They can tell it is incomplete by the X under the Completed column of the table.

Forms table: click on form
Forms Table

After completing the form, learners must click submit to save their choices. A green ‘Success’ message appears to indicate a successful submission.

Learners Fill Out a Form
Exemplar Form

The green checkmark under completed shows a successful submission.

Completed form: How Do Learners Fill Out a Form
Completed Form

Viewing Learner Submissions (employees and managers)

Managers and employees that created the form can view submissions on the Active tab of forms. To view a form, they must click the orange View button, this also indicates the number of forms that have been submitted.

View Submissions

Lastly, managers or form creators can export the learner forms by pressing the Export button, which will convert the file to .csv or they can choose to delete the form. If you delete a form, a learner can redo it if there is an error.

View of form submitted by learner
View of Form Submitted by Learner

The responses to the form appear in the table at the top and no responses are below. The .csv file is customisable and printable.

Exported Form
Exported Form

To return to the main Edulink One menu, learners must press the back arrow on the Forms icon.

Back Button
Back Arrow

How Do I View and Fill in a Form? Video

Updated on 20 July 2022

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