You can easily edit existing audits as requirements change or update. Once any audit changes are published, changes will automatically populate to any student using that audit. Make sure to test fully before you publish audit changes!
To edit an audit, search for the correct program in the Programs tab. You’ll be able to see on the program card if there are existing audits for that program, how many, and if any are unpublished (draft). Select the correct program, and then select the audit version to edit.
You’ll be able to choose ‘edit’ from the main About page if you are editing the default edit. To choose a different audit version, click the Audits tab and choose the version from the drop-down menu.
Editing Audit Criteria
To change how an audit applies to students, you can edit the Audit Criteria. Once you've selected which audit to work on and clicked 'Edit this Audit', you'll then see a button to 'change criteria'. This pulls up the menu of possible criteria. Make any necessary changes, and click 'Change.' You'll also need to publish the edit in order for the changes to take effect.
See Audit Basics for more information on how audit criteria applies to students.
From the 'Change Criteria' options, you can also choose to apply the audit to specific students. This allows you to manually choose student names or usernames, and apply the audit to them individually.
Make any edits required to the audit by adding more requirements or sub-requirements, or clicking ‘edit’ on existing requirements or constraints.
See Audit Categories for more help on editing and creating requirements.
Tip: Shared requirements must be edited from the Shared Requirement itself, not from a specific audit.
Once the audit has been adjusted, make sure to ‘try on a student’ as much as necessary before publishing.
We’ll let you know if there are any errors that make audit calculation impossible. Search for specific students to test the audit before publishing.