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Module Setup: Early Alerts & Flags


Sample Early Alert EmailWCONLINE includes an early alert and flagging system designed to send notices to a third party when a given client makes, modifies, cancels, or misses an appointment, or has a client report form email sent regarding their appointment.  Typically, early alerts and flags are used to notify advisors, instructors, center directors, student athlete counselors, or other invested individuals of a student's use of and attendance at an academic center.  Within WCONLINE, "early alerts" and "flags" are the same.

Early alerts and flags are configured via Module Setup: Early Alerts & Flags.  That control panel is available under the "System Configuration" section of the Welcome menu, and is typically available to full administrators only.  Within that control panel, you can define the client, alert recipient, type of alerts sent, and how the alerts appear.

Module Setup: Early Alerts & Flags

SECTION 1: Early Alerts Setup and Use

SECTION 2: Early Alerts: FAQ (Logs and More)

WCONLINE Product Manual

The product manual is available completely online. Choose a chapter from the list below or use the search tool to perform a keyword search.

CH 1: Welcome


CH 2: Data Collection & Forms

CH 3: Access, Access Levels, and the Schedule

CH 4: Synchronous Online Meetings


CH 5: Update Profile & Email Options

CH 6: Client & Record Management

CH 7: Schedule Management

CH 8: Staff and Resource Management

CH 9: Starting Availability Management

CH 10: Blackout Times Management

CH 11: Announcement Management

CH 12: Mass Email Tool

CH 13: System Data Export

CH 14: Report: System Statistics

CH 15: Report: Master Listings

CH 16: Report: System Utilization

CH 17: Global System Settings

CH 18: Form Setup: System Forms

CH 19: Module Setup: Early Alerts & Flags

CH 20: Module Setup: Survey

CH 21: Module Setup: Time Clock


CH 22: Frequently Asked Questions

This manual applies to the current version of WCONLINE® and is constantly updated as new features are released.