You can use the import notes features to import notes from an Excel file. You can choose to import notes that will be published to the student along with their decision/award, or to import notes for internal purposes only.
Import student notes
Student notes are the ones you want to publish to the student when their progression decision or award is published.
You can import student notes by selecting this feature from the blue Action menu:
From the pop up window, choose an Excel file to import. The file must contain a single sheet with two columns:
- Column A should list the student UUNs with the /instance number
- Column B should list the notes associated with the student in the same row
There should be no headers on the spreadsheet.
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If there are already student notes recorded, the ones you import will be added to the existing ones.
Import internal notes
The internal notes are for staff use only and can be used to record information about the student and their progression record. These notes will not be published to the student.
You can import internal notes by selecting this feature from the blue Action menu:
The Excel file needs to be in the same format as described above for importing student notes.
The import screen will show you if there's an error and the reason for this. For example if you include headers or an invalid student number you'll see the message "Student number not present for Programme".
The student number must include the /instance for it to be valid.