Sometimes you may need to let your users register with your iSpring Learn on their own. This way, you will save a lot of time and check how self-organized your students are.
Imagine a typical situation — new sales managers joined your company and you need to educate them. Send them a sign up link by email or via messengers and from time to time monitor the results by using the activation history and reports.
After new hires follow the link and fill out the sign up form, they will end up in their personal accounts. They already belong to a specific department as you have previously set it when generating the link. In this case, it is the Sales department.
In the user portal, new employees will see content they are supposed to study as you have earlier created an autoenrollment rule.