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Thursday, September 18, 2014

"Previous in List" and "Next in List" buttons

Do you use the Previous in List and the Next in List buttons that are on the bottom of many pages in PeopleSoft? Using the list buttons saves you the effort and time of multiple searches. It is helpful to create a list when searching the database for student grades, person names, and courses.

For example, let's take a name like "John Smith," which will probably generate many results. Go to Campus Community→ Add/Update a Person, then search for "John Smith" and select a row to view that individual's record. From within the record, you may then use your Next in List button to go down the list or the Previous in List button to go back up the list without having to navigate back out to the search page.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

New addition to the Training Team

Jennifer Selander re-joins the training team on Monday, September 22. She is not a new employee at the University of Minnesota nor the ASR Training Team. Jenn spent the last two years as a Business Analyst in Student Records. She is looking forward to picking up where she left off and helping out wherever training is needed. Welcome back, Jenn!

Student Data Update Manual

Maybe you update certain PeopleSoft pages, like Student Groups or Permission Numbers only occasionally. If you need a step-by-step refresher of those business processes that you learned in Student Data Update class, we have it covered with the Student Data Update manual. Within this manual, the following business processes are detailed: Student Groups, Service Indicators, Permission Numbers, Student Addresses, Term Activation, and Student Advisor.