The objective of a pathway is to build a learning/experience journey by placing activities in a sequence of rows within each pathway “level”.
A pathway can contain up to 4 levels. Each level contains a series of rows with up to 3 activities per row.
Only levels to which activities are added will become part of your pathway. This means you can choose to use 1-4 levels.
By default, each level starts with a single “Milestone” activity in the first row. No other activities can be placed alongside or in place of the Milestone activity.
Each row can have up to 3 activities. This can be a combination of optional and required activities A user must complete all required activities in a row (1-3 activities) before they can move down to the next row in a level.
When editing an activity, choose whether it is required or optional.
Colour activities represent a required activity. This means the user must complete the activity in order to proceed.
Grey cards are optional activities and the user is not required to complete them.
Rewards are automatically awarded to a user when they reach the row that the reward is on. Ideally, a reward should sit as a single activity in a row. Go here to learn more.
Certificates are automatically awarded to a user when they reach the row that the certificate is on. Ideally, a certificate should sit as a single activity in a row. Go here to learn more.
A side quest allows a mini pathway to be taken on the side. You can have a maximum of 2 side quests per level.
New pathways unlock access to a new pathway for the user to do (an existing pathway that has already been created). New paths can only be added at the end of a pathway, and can only be used once in a pathway.