CourseLeaf - CAT - Approving Pages
How to approve pages in CourseLeaf CAT - the campus catalog software.
CourseLeaf - CAT- Approving Pages
For CAT approvers, when a catalog page is ready to be approved, an email notification will be sent from firstname.lastname@example.org. (If you reply to this email, it will be sent to email@example.com.)
The email will provide the link to the course proposal in the CourseLeaf role approval queue.
1. Click on the link in the email and log into CAT. This will take you directly to the appropriate approval queue.
2. In the approval queue, select the proposal you wish to view, turning that line dark blue and providing a preview in the Page Review pane in the bottom half of the page. You may review the proposal in this pane.
On the right, there are three buttons:
3. Edit - Opens up the proposal in a new window. Make any edits as needed and click either Cancel or Save Changes.
4. You may review the changes that all editors made one at a time by selecting the user in the View Changes by at the top of the preview pane. If you select a user, you will only see the red/green markup (red indicating removals and green meaning additions) performed by that specific user.
5. Rollback- Click this button to roll it back to the previous step. If your role is the first step in workflow, it will roll back to the proposer. That user appear in the "Rollback to:" area. A comment is required to rollback. After completing comment, click Rollback and the recipient of the rollback will receive a notification email. This proposal will no longer appear in your queue.
6. Approve- After reviewing the proposal and making edits, if applicable, click Approve to move the catalog page to the next step.
Tip: If you need to search for the notification email later, [Catalog] can be entered in your search. Also, you can go to https://catalog-test.uwplatt.edu/courseleaf/approve, but the your role will have to be manually selected in the dropdown to see the correct queue.
Note: If you are an approver in CAT and CIM, you may have two roles with slightly different names.