Do you know the difference between your personal account and your organization account? Your personal account is how Versal identifies you. Any personal information you wish to share – such as your biography, location, or professional title – is done through your personal account.
Your personal account is also used to identify and authenticate access to an organization. It is used to assign you to groups in the organization. And it’s used to invite you to take courses as a learner. All of your learner progress and achievements are attached to your personal account.
Personal accounts are an important part of how Versal works, but there’s one thing you don’t want to do with your personal account: you don’t want to create content for your organization in your personal account. Why? Because that content won’t appear in your organization.
It’s easy to navigate between the two counts. Watch this short video to see the best way to create content in your organization.