People learn best together and in safe, mutually invested relationships with teachers and other learners. But sometimes the topic or context of a learning path may be sensitive and interactions are better limited to only trained staff members and not peers.

So in Pathwright, you can configure who sees different aspects of community features across your whole school or for each cohort. Here's how:

Configure community feature access across your whole school

Configure who sees the Cohort Member Directory and Cohort Timeline by following these steps:

  1. Visit Account Settings from your Dashboard

  2. Select the "Configure Features" option

  3. You'll see a list of Community Features and their current visibility setting. Tap on the feature you'd like to configure.

    💡 Tip: for all schools created before the release date on July 8th, 2021, the default visibility is "Admin Only." For schools created after the release date, the visibility is set to "Everyone."

  4. On the feature, select "Adjust visibility for all cohorts."

  5. Select who you'd like to make the feature visible to Admin Only, Staff, or Members & Staff.

  6. Optionally enable your staff to customize the visibility for only the cohorts that they have access to as an Editor, Teacher, or Moderator.


Configure community feature access for specific cohorts

Administrators can configure who sees the Cohort Member Directory and Cohort Timeline by following these steps:

Tip: your school may have enabled Editors, Moderators, and Teachers to update feature visibility for cohorts they have access to as well. If so, they can follow these steps as well.

  1. From the cohort you'd like to configure, select "Edit Cohort Settings" from the options menu to the right of the Cohort Switcher.

  2. Select "Configure community settings."

  3. You'll see a list of Community Features and their current visibility setting. Tap on the feature you'd like to configure.

  4. Select who you'd like to make the feature visible to: Admin Only, Staff, or Members & Staff.

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