This section allows you to manage your school's consent to the various Groupcall Xporter on Demand (XoD) 'scopes'. Scopes are a method of grouping data together. They give your school greater flexibility and control over the data you share with third parties.

As an administrator, you will need to use this page:

  • During the schools initial set up with Xporter on Demand (XoD)
  • When you purchase one of our bolt-on apps (Seating, Behaviour)
  • When we introduce new features which may require additional types of data to be imported.

On the available scopes section, you will see all of the scopes that your school is able to consent to. The list of available scopes will depend on the number of our products you use, and on whether you've previously consented for any.

Clicking the Consent button will take you to Groupcall's website where you will need to log in with your Xporter on Demand credentials to complete the process.

You will notice that you deselect certain optional scopes (e.g Student Funding categories such as PP) if you would prefer to not share this type of data with us. 

Satchel only requests access to the data that is required for Show My Homework, Attendance, Seating, Behaviour, Detentions, as per our Data Sharing Agreement with the school. Removing any scopes will greatly impact your ability to use our service, so we would strongly advise against it.

View current scopes

The current scope list shows you all the scopes you've authorised us to have access to through XoD. These scopes give us permission to import data from your school's MIS daily.

If you still wish to remove scopes from this list, you will need to go to Groupcall Manage and revoke access from the Show My Homework application. The scope list will then update when the next import takes place for your school.

Please note that removing a scope will not remove any data that had previously been imported while it was enabled. Instead, it will guarantee that new data of that type will no longer be extracted from your MIS.

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