Edval Daily - Year End FAQs

Edval Daily - Year End FAQs

Cloud new year setup FAQs:


Edval Daily:

Q: I have received my webcode for the new year for Edval Daily but do not see the ‘Daily’ tab when I login, what do I do?
A: You will need to roll over Edval Daily for the new year. 

Q: How do I roll over Edval Daily for the new year?
A: A comprehensive guide on what is required to rollover Edval Daily for the new year is located in the following knowledge base article: 

Q: Will I need to configure my synchronisation settings to my SIS system for the new year in Edval Daily?
A: Yes. A guide on how to do this is located within the following article:

Q: How do I set up Meadowbanks for Term 4?
A: You have an option to set up Meadowbanks either within the .etz (timetabling) file or within Edval DailyYou can only perform the Meadowbanks function in either the .etz file or Edval Daily, not both. Refer to the related article for each product (linked above) to decide which option is best for you.

Q: Will I need to reissue new webcodes to the staff for the new year?
A: Yes, you will need to reissue new webcodes to staff for the new year which can be done from Admin > Users. For more information on this please refer to this article.

Edval Interviews:

Q: Will I need to re-upload my Family Data for the new year?
A: Yes, once Edval Daily has been rolled over you will need to upload new Family data. It is suggested that this is done once the school has a complete list of new students and families.
For information on uploading Family data refer to the below article: 

Interviews: Family Data Upload and Validation


Single Sign-On:

Q: If I use SSO will I need to reconfigure my SSO for the new year?
A: No, as long as you roll over Edval Daily to the new year your SSO settings will also roll over. Refer to the following FAQ for more information on SSO: Single Sign On ( SSO ) Introduction and FAQs 
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