All associated learners are automatically removed from the course if the group or a profile is removed.
Groups are structured sets of authors within the organization, and they play a significant role in maintaining order and organization within the platform. They can represent various entities within the company, such as different departments (e.g., 'Sales', 'HR'), specific regions of users (e.g., 'North UK'), or any other unit that helps manage the account effectively. Users can be flexibly added to or removed from these groups as needed. Moreover, each group can have a designated manager, responsible for overseeing their group's reports, tracking progress, and evaluating performance. Although the classic platform admins are typically in charge of inviting new users and granting access to content, the platform allows for a decentralized approach. Group managers can also invite and manage new users, distributing this responsibility more widely.
Profiles are attributes that can be associated with individual users across different groups. These attributes could include qualifications like "Certified in X" or permissions like "Has a driver's license." Once users are assigned a profile, the entire group of users with the same profile can be collectively assigned to courses and streams. This feature streamlines the process of organizing and providing content to users with common attributes.