District Portal (District Admin)

How to customize your Typing Agent webpage as a District Administrator.

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Written by Niki Frisby
Updated over a week ago

As a District Administrator, you are able to customize the Typing Agent webpage for your district. By customizing your webpage, your students and teachers can be assured that they are using the correct web page to log into the program. Also, you need to customize this page should you want to use Single Sign On or Self-Registration capabilities for students and teachers.

When you go to your custom domain, https://yourdomain.typingagent.com, it will have the name of your district but it will not have any customized bells or whistles. Our default page looks something like this:

You may want to add your district's logo or colors. It is easy to customize your Typing Agent web page to make it look and feel like it is one of your resources. To begin making this look like one of your district's tools, log into your account and go to School Management from your Dashboard.

Now, select the District Portal tab.

From here, you’ll see that you can upload a photo from your computer, change the address, and the organization name. Administrators tend to use their district's logo here. (Note: Your organization's name will appear on your portal publicly, but the address you include will not.)

Fill the fields to match your preferences.

Scroll down. You can change the color scheme of the background and text to match what you use at the district, as well as enable Student Self-registration, Teacher Self-registration, and various other Single Sign On Options. (You will NOT need to use Self-registration or Single Sign On to use Typing Agent or customize your page! These are optional enrollment and login tools. For more information on self-registration, click here. For more information on Single Sign On, click here.)

Select the fields to match your preferences.

Now, click Save to customize your portal.

Go to your Typing Agent webpage, https://yourdomain.typingagent.com to see the changes you’ve made!

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