Who is this article for?
Based on the default user settings in the Sibme platform, you should have permission to complete this task if you are one of the user levels listed below. If you do not see the screens in this article, you can ask your administrator if you have permission.
● Account Owner
Steps to accomplish the task:
To start editing your Framework, return to the Rubrics & Frameworks editor. Click your name in the top right corner and choose Account Settings. From the Account Settings page, click on the Rubrics & Frameworks tile.
From the Framework management screen in your Account Setting, select the 3 horizontal dots (More) button on the row of the Framework to change and choose Edit. If the Framework has been Published, you will need to Unpublish the Framework before it can be edited. Please be aware, once published, if the Framework has been utilized in the account, editing will impact analytics. We do not recommend editing a Framework once it has been published. If you make changes to a Framework once it has been published, any framework tags in videos will be changed or deleted.
After choosing Edit, you will be able to change whether the Framework is shared with Child Accounts as well as the Framework Name and tier structure. After you have made the necessary edits, click the Next button or Cancel to return to the Framework management screen.
After clicking next, you will be able to edit the tier contents, including the Prefix and Standard Text. This is the same process as when building the Framework. More details can be found in the “How Do I Author Rubrics & Frameworks?” Help Article.
You may now go back by choosing Previous, Save, Cancel, or Save & Publish by clicking the down arrow next to Save.
You can edit Performance Levels by clicking on the 3 horizontal dots (More) button in the Performance Levels column on the row to change and choose Edit.
This will take you to the Performance Level where you can edit the Performance Level. This is the same process as when building the Performance Level originally. More details can be found in the “How Do I Author Rubrics & Frameworks?” Help Article.
Once the Framework and/or Performance Levels have been edited, you can not Publish the Framework to be used from the Framework management page. Select the 3 horizontal dots (More) button on the row of the Framework to publish and choose Publish.
The Framework is now ready to be used when watching a video in your Huddle/Workspace or when working on a Goals Action Items.