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Course Cheatsheet - Course Time Requirements in Axis LMS

Using section and page settings, admins can restrict what content is available to users based on the amount of time or days they’ve been inside one of your Axis Courses. To learn more about how to limit the accessibility of your Courses' content, check out this article.

There are a handful of reasons you may want to implement Time Requirements into your Courses:
  • Pacing a course out for a user, by releasing new content to them gradually (each day, week, etc.)
  • Hiding content such as certificates or quizzes until a user has spent so many hours in the course
Scenario

One example of how you might put this into practice is by hiding a page from a user until a week has passed:

Start by going into the Page Manager and editing a pages settings.
Page Manager
    Learning > Online Courses >Manage Courses >Manage >Page Manager >edit page settings
From this page, select "Add a New Requirement". When the prompt appears, select "Days in Course" is greater than 6, and save your changes.


The features discussed in this article may or may not be available on your LMS system.
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