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Member Requirement Document Log

Member Requirement Document Log

The Member Requirement Document Log gives entity coordinators access to various filters for viewing documents that have been uploaded by members. You can filter by "Display Approved," "Display Pending," and "Display Denied." Based on the filters set, ACEMAPP pulls all the requirement documents for you to review and display the audit data associated with these documents.

Step 1:

From your home screen, click on the "Members" button and select the appropriate member type by Affiliation, Rotation, Course, etc..

Arrow points to the highlighted "Members" drop-down button. A box highlights the listed member options available for selection in the drop-down. These options include students and clinical faculty sorted by "Affiliation," "Rotation," and "Course" columns.

Step 2:

On the Manage member page, click on the "Manage" (gear icon) button in the Actions column next to the member's name.

Image shows an arrow pointing to the highlighted "Manage" button.

Step 3:

Click "Member Document Log" to open the Member Document Requirement Log page.

Arrow points to the "Member Document Log" button.

Step 4:

The Member Document Requirement Log displays the Requirement Documents Log for the member selected.

You can filter by Display Approved, Display Pending, and Display Denied.

Based on the filters set, ACEMAPP pulls all the requirement documents for you to review and display the audit data associated with these documents.

Image highlights and has arrows pointing to the "Display Approved," "Display Pending," and "Display Denied" toggles.

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Manage Requirements with Documents
ACEMAPP allows members to upload, share and store documents. As a school or clinical coordinator, if a document is required by your school or clinical site, it will need to be approved. To approve or deny requirements with documents, follow the steps outlined in this article.