Creating an eForm as a Staff Carer (i.e., teachers, club coaches, team managers, supervisors, etc.) is largely the same as creating an eForm as a CareMonkey Administrator. This is covered in depth at the link provided in Step 2.

1. Select My eForms on the top of your CareMonkey Care Central homepage. NOTE: If the My eForms option is not present in this menu, then the CareMonkey Administrator of the organisation has not allowed Staff Carers to create eForms. Please get in touch with them if you would like this functionality to be switched on.

Choose whether you would like to Start from an existing eForm (one which already exists within your organisation's CareMonkey system), Start from an existing template, or start from a blank eForm.

2. Creating the eForm

For detailed instructions on the eForm creation process, please see this article: How does an Administrator create an eForm? (steps 1 to 3 only).

3. Adding Profiles to the new eForm

You will now be returned to the My eForms screen, with all the eForms that you have created listed at the bottom of the screen.

To add profiles to an eForm, click the Manage Members link.

A screen similar below will be shown. The first column will contain all the groups and eForms which the Staff Member has access to and the profiles are shown on the next column. Clicking on the radio button next to the profile name will move it across to the right side.

You can also search for groups, eForm or profiles by typing in the box below the heading. This search can be used to filter by name, or by group.

Once you have clicked the Save button, you are finished and have successfully created an eForm.

Note: Only the CareMonkey Administrator can enable an eForm. This means that even if Staff Carers have created the content and group list, an Administrator will still have to log in and enable the eForm on his/her end before the system can send the emails to the Care Profile Owners (i.e., parents, adult club members, adult participants, employees, etc.).

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