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3. Importing a Structured Study Plan
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Structured Study Plan can take a long time to create, but it's possible to speed up the process by assembling your plan in spreadsheets and uploading them through our CSV Importer tool. In this article, we'll cover how to do that.

 

Note: When creating spreadsheets, it's important to fill out information accurately. This article is split into two sections, Study Tasks and Study Task Groups; each section has a sub-section breaking down their respective spreadsheets. Be sure to read those sections carefully before proceeding.

Before You Begin

Before importing Study Tasks, it is important to note that, due to a quirk in the importing process, it is necessary to first establish an empty "Parent" Study Task that all your imported Study Tasks will upload within, as "Children." Then, once created, you will need to manually shift all newly built Study Tasks to the "Parent" level, and delete your original empty Study Task. We recommend giving your temporary Study Task a simple name, like "1".

  1. Navigate to Study Tasks on the left navigation bar
  2. Type "1" into the text box
  3. Press enter on your keyboard
  4. Click Save

Importing Study Tasks

  1. Createnew spreadsheet (we recommend Google Sheets)
    • Set the following column headers:
      name parent_study_task_name task_item_type task_item_category_id task_item_ids
  2. Fill out the spreadsheet with the appropriate task item ids
  3. Export the spreadsheet as a CSV
  4. In BluePrint, Navigate to Other Tools > Import content
  5. Upload your Study Tasks CSV under the "Study Tasks" section
  6. Select Import Content at the bottom of the page

You have successfully imported your Study Tasks! It will take some time to process, and you can track the import from the Activity Log.

Study Task CSV Headers: A Breakdown

Here's a breakdown of what each column must include:

  1. name
    • The Study Task name, as it will appear to the learner
  2. parent_study_task_name
    • The name of the Parent-level Study Task you have already created (in our example it is "1")
  3. task_item_type
    • Possible inputs:
      1. lessons
      2. flash_cards
      3. practice_questions
      4. tests
  4. task_item_category_id
    • Leave blank
  5. task_item_ids
    • The IDs of lessons, flashcards, or practice questions that belong within the study task
    • Must be separated by commas
    • Task item ids can be found on the edit page of each task item, or by exporting the relevant content to their own CSVs

Importing Study Task Groups

There is currently no tool for importing Study Task Groups. You will need to create a CSV and send it to your BenchPrep contact, who will import it for you.

 

  1. Createnew spreadsheet (we recommend Google Sheets)
    • Set the following column headers:
      name study_task_ids
  2. Fill out the spreadsheet with the appropriate task item ids
    • ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​For a detailed breakdown, read the following section
  3. Export the spreadsheet as a CSV
  4. Email the CSV to your BenchPrep contact

Study Task Group CSV Headers: A Breakdown

Here's a breakdown of what each column must include:

  1. name
    • The Study Task Group name, as it will appear to the learner
  2. study_task_ids
    1. The IDs of lessons, flashcards, or practice questions that belong within the study task
    2. Must be separated by semicolons

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