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Touch Transition Checklist

For site owners or managers, here is a list of actions and forms to help you prepare for the transition to Touch Interface. 

As a site owner, I need: What to do:
A list of all users with access to my site. Request a list of users for each website
To remove users from my site. Request user removal
To add a new user before the transition to touch. Request responsive training, then request to add a new user(s)
To add all my users to touch training Request touch training when it has been made available (March 2021)
Confirmation that all my authors have completed training Ask your users for their training certificates
To move my site to touch In April, after all site users have completed training, submit the transition to touch request.
To move my site to touch but some site users have not completed training In April, let us know in the transition form, the username of the person who has not completed training and we will remove them from the site until they have completed training; once they have received training, they can request to be added to the site via the new user request form. Digital Publishing will then verify that the user has passed the course and add them to the site. 
Transition multiple sites If you have the same authors for each site, all sites must be released at the same time, and each user must have completed training. Follow the same process outlined above. Once all of your users have confirmed their training with you, request the transition to touch. If you have a user(s) who has not completed training; include that information in the form and we will remove that user from the site/sites.   
My legacy website (960 template) site needs a new user added before the transition to touch
1) Request responsive training
2) Review legacy information on support site
3) Once training is completed, request the user be added to the 960 site
4) Request touch training when it has been made available.

For current authors, here is a list of actions and forms to help you prepare for the transition to Touch Interface.

As a current site author: What to do:
I need to know what sites I have access to Log into AEM; the sites you have access to are listed under ryerson.
Do not include the following in your list of sites (unless you have full editing access): admissions, calendar, current-students, graduate, maps, news-events and policies.
These are read-only for most users.
I need to know what other users need to complete training for each site I am an author of Request a list of users for your site(s)
I need to know when my site is being moved to touch All users of a site must complete training before the site can transition to touch. Additionally, if users belong to more than one site, ALL sites that a user belongs to MUST transition at the same time. Coordinate this process with the site owners and authors. When available, complete touch training and then request the transition. (Links to forms will be available in March 2021)
I need touch training Request training, when available (March 2021)
I belong to multiple sites but not all are moving to touch at the same time Ensure that all sites that you edit transition to touch at the same time. This will require you to coordinate with all authors of each site.

If you are new to Adobe Experience Manager (AEM), here is a list of actions and forms to help get you started in the system before the transition to the Touch Interface.

As a new user, I need: What do to:
AEM Training Request responsive training
Access to a legacy 960 site

1) Complete training (see above)

2) Review legacy information on support site

3) Once training is completed, have your supervisor request that you be added to the site

Touch training Request training, when available