In this video, we will show you how
to edit your portal details and add new subjects.
To edit your portal details and add
subjects, you must be a portal admin and be signed in to admins.nagwa.com.
As an admin, you can also change a
number of settings related to your portal. To do this, first click on the
“Portal Profile” in the settings menu.
Here, you can see summary
information about your portal, including the portal ID and your regional
You can also see a dashboard that
shows the number of educators, grades, classes, and students on your portal.
Below this, you’ll also be able to
see a breakdown of all of the learning resources available on your portal.
Note that each of these can be
clicked to take you to the relevant pages.
At the top right of this page, you’ll see an “Edit” button. This allows you to change the
The box on this page allows you to
update your portal name. Underneath this, you can upload a
different logo for your portal by clicking “Attach” and selecting the relevant image
file on your computer.
The third option allows you to
change the default language of the subtitles that are shown when your users watch
videos. Note that your users are still able
to view the other languages using the video player.
The final section on this page
allows you to change the active subjects in your portal. You can select or deselect the
subjects that you would like to be visible in your portal.
Ticking one of these subject boxes
will allow you to associate the subject with an educator account. It will also allow you to create
classes of students associated with the subject and to enable access to any of the
relevant learning resources.
Unticking one of the subject boxes
will remove the subject from your portal. This means your users will no
longer be able to use the portal to find and access the associated content for this
Note that if there are any classes,
educators, or assessments currently associated with a subject on your portal, you
will not be able to unlink them using this menu.
If a subject is not available in
the list, you can add it yourself using the “Add Subject” button.
For example, we could add Human
Resources as a subject by clicking “Add Subject” then writing “HR” as the
subject name. When you’re happy, just click “Add”
and you’ll now be able to add classes in HR.
By adding a subject, you and your
fellow educators will be able to create lessons and write bespoke questions to
populate those lessons. These can then be assigned to your
students as normal.
Once you are happy with the
changes, remember to click the “Save” button at the bottom right of the page.