How do I add a license agreement for my users in AccuCampus?

How do I add a license agreement for my users in AccuCampus?

This article explains how to add a license agreement for users to accept when they log into AccuCampus. This feature is optional within the system.


1. From the Main Sidebar, hover over Advanced Options.





2. Click Settings.





3. Click General.





4. Type in or copy/paste the text of the license agreement you wish to use.





5. Choose if the users must accept the license agreement when they first login.





6. Click Save.



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