On the 3 vertical dots, once you've created a new group, the option Import students is displayed.
If you select Import students a new window emerges with the different import options, some related to personal data and some others related to pictures.
Below, how to use the import options:
You can add the first name and last name of all your students. To add more students, press Enter or Tab key.
Import students from Existing group
You can use a list of students of an already created group. You'll need to select the group you want to import the students from and the students you want to import too.
After, the list of students will be shown at the left and in the center you may create the assessment structure to start assessing.
Import students from Excel
Either in the app or in the website, you can import students personal data from any existing Excel file you already have. This is a quick and easy process.
Here you have how to import from Excel step by step:
- Select the file you want to import that already contains students personal data.
- Then, choose the file and determine if the first row contains the column titles. Once set, press Import students.
In the next screen you need to enable the predetermined fields with the corresponding column. Once you're done, press Import students so that the import is completed successfully.
Excel format for bulk import
Import students from Google Classroom
You can import students straight from Google Classroom. All your students will be linked and you'll be able to import grades and tasks from Google Classroom to Additio. Find how to import students from Google Classroom here.
Import students pictures
You can connect the individual pictures of each student. To successfully import students pictures it is important that each picture is named with the student identifier. By doing so, the pictures will be automatically associated to the corresponding student.
Import group pictures (facial recognition)
The app will automatically detect the faces in the picture and then you'll be able to associate them with the name of your students.