This glossary describes the key concepts and terminology used throughout Altora, and is a good place to get started learning how to set up and use your Altora.
Administrators have privileges to manage and customise your Altora content and settings.
A reading acknowledgement to obtain reading proof of policies from your Users, with their electronic signature, and save it on their record.
The name of the online induction software you are using.
The name of the company that owns and manages Altora.
An Application Programming Interface, providing a set of functions to allow easier data transfer from other systems and data sources into Altora.
Rather than add users manually one at a time, you can add many users in a bulk import. To do this, you can create CSV (comma separated values) file that contains the user's data and email the file to email@example.com so we can help you with the import. Fees may apply.
Custom registration fields, generally in the form of Drop Down fields.
The method of delivery for training content.
The summary screen that appears on the Administrator login, providing useful task and user statistics.
A type of document end users uploads information for, such as a Driver's license or Tax File Number Declarations.
A non-Admin user completing online inductions through Altora.
An electronic form to capture additional details, such as medical information, emergency contacts, or other employee details.
An area on the Administrator view to approve or decline documents submitted by end-users.
A group of courses which may be similar in theme and have the ability to share slides they have in common.
An email sent to a user (both Admin and End User) triggered off different events, such as user registration, course expiry, and course completion.
A grouping of tasks to be assigned to a particular type of user.
A tick box on specific tasks so that they appear for an end-user when assigned into a program.
What a user can and cannot see or edit.
User details that an end-user must fill out upon account registration.
One screen of content within a course.
The ability for an end-user to register an Altora account themselves, without being invited by an Admin.
Visitor management software that can be integrated with Altora.
A course, document, e-form, or acknowledgement an end-user can complete.
Whether a user is active (can log in) or inactive (has been disabled so cannot log in).