Adding accounts with Assembly
The first and most important task once your Indigo subscription begins is to create accounts for your school’s students. The good news: it’s really easy.
We have teamed up with Assembly Education, who will manage a secure connection directly between your school’s management system and Indigo. This direct connection means enhanced security and no manual transfer of your data (no spreadsheets!). Rest assured, this connection is fully certified by your school management system’s provider as well as being GDPR-compliant.
Click here to check that your school’s management system is supported by Indigo’s data sync tool. (Don’t worry if it isn’t, we can still upload your data manually).
STEP ONE: Connect your school’s MIS to Assembly
- You’ll first need to set up a free Assembly account for your school. This should take less than a minute. Click here to register your details. Your invite code is: letsassemble2019.
- The next step is to connect your school’s management system with Assembly. This may need to be carried out by someone from your IT team. The process is slightly different depending on which system your school uses. Full step-by-step instructions are available here for: SIMS, Arbor, Progresso, RM Integris, ScholarPack and Bromcom.
STEP TWO: Connect to Indigo
- The final stage is to authorise Indigo to have access to your school’s MIS, via your new secure Assembly connection. This allows for secure and restricted access to only the information required to create your students’ logins for Indigo.
- Click here to download a quick and easy guide to these final steps.
- Because your student data is synced between Indigo and your schools, you’ll always be up to date. As students join or leave your school, or begin a new academic year, all of your accounts will be kept automatically updated.
Adding accounts manually
If you can’t — or choose not to — connect to Assembly, our support team will be in touch to arrange adding your students and teachers to the site. You’ll be asked to collate a spreadsheet with some basic user details, and then we’ll take care of the rest!