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  • Scorpion Release 2.93 (Releasing 4/29/2022)

    This article highlights the change made by the Scorpion version 2.93 release.   Define User Access Timeframes (Project/Settings/Team) Scorpion allows administrators of a project to add groups and u...

  • How to Configure a Score Report in Scorpion

    The Score Report is displayed to each examinee at the end of the exam. Configuring the Score Report for your exam is done from the Forms page in your Scorpion Project. Then clicking on the edit but...

  • Using Launchpads in Scorpion

    1- Login to Scorpion using your Caveon ID.    2- Click on one of your projects    3- From your project menu click on the drop down arrow next to the name of the project, and then choose Launch Op...

  • Using the Core API with Postman

    This guide will explain how to make API calls to Core via Postman.   1) First, you’ll need to reach out to support@caveon.com to get your Core API credentials.   2) Next, find your Hub ID. Your hub...

  • How to Permanently Delete Files in Core

    All deleted files remain in the trash until they are moved or permanently deleted. To access the Trash, View Trash permission is required. Follow these steps to permanently delete a file or files: ...

  • How to Restore a File From the Trash in Core

    All deleted files end up in the trash. To access the Trash, View Trash permission is required. If a file has been permanently deleted, it cannot be restored. Follow these steps to restore a file:  ...

  • Creating and Editing Incidents in Core

    An incident is a collection of facts about an event or activity that a test program or project manager may need to retain, analyze, report, and take action on. Administrators can configure incident...

  • Attaching a File to an Incident in Core

    Core lets you attach files to an Incident, including image files and pdf documents. Also See: Creating and Editing Incidents in Core 1- In Core, select a hub (if you have more than one, if not you ...

  • How to set up an external form in Core

    Required Permissions: Edit Incident Types Required Upgrades: Incidents External forms allow unauthenticated users to add incidents of a particular type to your hub. This is great for a tip line for...

  • Adding Comments to an Incident in Core

    Core lets you add comments to Incidents.   1- In Core, click on the Incidents tab.   2- You will see the following screen below.  Click on the desired Incident   3- Click on the Discussion tab  ...