Configure the display of admins on a training home page

Users can be assigned as course or training plan admins individually or via a Microsoft Entra (Azure Active Directory) group or a Microsoft 365 group. For the latter, being assigned group membership grants the appropriate permissions to all the users in the group, including admin permissions, when they're assigned as training admins.

All users assigned as training admins, both individually and via a Microsoft Entra or a Microsoft 365 group, are listed as contacts on the course or training plan home page. However, there may be cases when you need to configure which admins should be displayed to users on the training home page, especially for admins assigned via a Microsoft Entra or a Microsoft 365 group when the group was updated.

This article describes the steps that should be performed to configure the display of admins on the training home page.

 

To update the contact information on the training home page, follow these steps:

1. In the LMS365 Admin Center, navigate to the Training Management page and select the relevant course or training plan. The Actions panel opens for the course or training plan in question.

2. From the Actions panel, select Manage People. The People section of the training configuration panel opens.

3. Select the Administrators tab. You'll see all the individual users, as well as Microsoft Entra (Azure Active Directory) and Microsoft 365 groups, who are assigned as admins of the course or training plan in question. 

 

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4. In the Show on Training Home Page column, select the eye icon next to the user or Microsoft Entra (Azure Active Directory) and Microsoft 365 group for which you want to configure the display settings.

 

To hide training admins from the training home page

A blue open eye icon indicates that the user or group is displayed in the Information section on the training home page as a contact. Select the eye icon to hide the user or Microsoft Entra (Azure Active Directory) and Microsoft 365 group from the training home page. The icon changes to a grey eye with a crossed-out circle.

 

NOTE   

  • When hiding an individual user, the user isn't displayed on the training home page. However, they'll still be displayed if they're a member of any Microsoft Entra and Microsoft 365 group assigned as training admin that are set to be displayed.

  • When hiding a Microsoft Entra and Microsoft 365 group, all users in this Microsoft Entra or Microsoft 365 group are hidden as contacts on the training home page, with two exceptions:

    1. Users in this Microsoft Entra or Microsoft 365 group are still displayed if they're a member of any other Microsoft Entra and Microsoft 365 groups that are set to be displayed.

    2. Users in this Microsoft Entra or Microsoft 365 group are still displayed if they're individually assigned as training admins.

 

To show training admins on the training home page

A grey eye icon with crossed-out circle indicates that the user or Microsoft Entra (Azure Active Directory) and Microsoft 365 group is hidden from the Information section on the training home page as contacts. Select the grey eye icon to show the user or Microsoft Entra and Microsoft 365 group on the training home page. The icon changes to a blue eye icon.

 

NOTE   

  • When showing an individual user, the user is shown as a contact on the training home page, regardless of whether they're members of any hidden Microsoft Entra and Microsoft 365 group whose members are assigned as training admins.

  • When showing a Microsoft Entra and Microsoft 365 group, all users in this Microsoft Entra or Microsoft 365 group are shown as contacts on the training home page, regardless of whether they're members of any hidden Microsoft Entra and Microsoft 365 group whose members are assigned as training admins, or their individual assignment as a training admin is hidden.

 

5. Select Save on the training configuration panel to apply your changes.

6. Refresh the training home page.

 

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