The first important step in getting started is for your Four Pillars Administrator to create survey groups for your teachers and staff.

Survey groups let you visualize schoolwide wellbeing data in smaller clusters. Different groups of staff members often have different wellbeing needs. That's why we've made it easy for you to visualize wellbeing survey data for groups of staff members in your school. The groupings you choose are completely up to you. They can be based on grade level, department or specialty.

The following steps should be completed by the Four Pillars Administrator on their Admin Dashboard.

You can also watch the video at the end of this article to see the full Four Pillars Admin Three-Step Process of 1. Creating Groups, 2. Inviting Members, 3. Scheduling Survey.

When creating groups, there are two roles to remember:

  • A member can only belong to one group at a time.
  • Each group must contain at least three people to protect the anonymity of each person’s wellbeing data.

To Create a Group:

1. Click on the Members & Groups page on your Admin Dashboard.

2. Click on the Create Group button.

3. Fill in the Group Name and Description.

4. Once the Group is created, it will appear in the list on the Members page.

Step-by-Step Instructions for your Four Pillars Administrator to Add themselves to a Group

Before proceeding with Inviting Members, the Four Pillars Administrator should add themselves to the Wellness Team Group so that they can take the Schoolwide Survey and access the curriculum.

1. Click on the Members & Groups page on your Admin Dashboard.

2. Open Ungrouped Members tab.

3. Click on the Menu button and select Change Member Group.

4. Select the Wellness Team Group and click the Change Group button.

Once a group has been created, you can now Invite Members. Click on the article below in Further Reading to find out how to Invite Members.

Further Reading:

You can also watch this 5-minute video about the Four Pillars Admin Three-Step Process of 1. Creating Groups, 2. Inviting Members, 3. Scheduling Survey.

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