Druid Enterprise Admin Guide
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    Druid Enterprise Admin Guide

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    Article summary

    Administrators Guide to Druid Enterprise

    Access Druid Enterprise: portal.druid.app/login


    Sections – click hyperlinks to go to that section

    A. Account Set Up

    1. Set-up Administrators
    2. Set up User Accounts
    3. Begin Testing and Monitor Results

    B. Account Management – Navigation Tab Functions

    1. Users
    2. Reports
      Score Results
      Baseline Deviation
      Baseline Deviation Timeline
      User Stat Report
      Test Status Report
    3. Alerts
    4. Test Schedules
    5. User Tags
    6. Data Exports

    CAdd-on Features

    1. Biometric Identification
    2. Anti-Cheat Balance 
    3. Forced Re-Test
    4. Auto Log-out

    D. Other Notes



    A. Account Set Up

    1.        Set-up Administrators

    Decide on testing devices

    First, it is important to envision how the test will be administered to the end users. Determine if you will use shared tablets, personal smartphones (whether owned by the user or by the organization), or a mix of device types. If using a shared mobile device, it is important to log in with a unique user name for each user. 

    Set up administrator account(s)

    Determine who will be the account’s administrator(s). Administrators can access all Druid Enterprise’s navigational tabs, monitor scores, create user accounts, and send/initiate test invites. Standard Users do not have these privileges and can only take tests and see their own scores.  

    To create an account for Administrators, first click the “Invite User” button on the main “Users” page. You can either “Invite via Email” or “Manually Create Account” to pre-register:


    If you choose “Manually Create Account,” fill in the username (required), email (optional), First Name (optional), Last Name (optional), and password (required (a minimum of eight (8) characters). 

    Select “Admin” and “Save.” After the account is active, click their name on the “Users” page which will bring you to their personal User page. Below their name, go to “Druid Role” and change the role from “Standard” to “Admin” to convert them to an Admin User.

    Note: The Admin privileges will take effect the next time the Admin user logs in to their account.

    Do practice tests

    Have Admins (and/or select Standard users) take a sample Druid test to verify that the score(s) have posted on Druid Enterprise. 


    To take a test, either: 1) Send an email invite to the user from the “Users” page, or 2) Have the user download the app to their mobile device (not to their computer) from the Apple App Store or Google Play. Have them log in to the app with their Druid Enterprise user credentials (not with their personal credentials if they also have a personal Druid account unaffiliated with their Enterprise). Have them take a test.


    Note: Druid requires first-time users to take 3 practice tests to become familiarized with the app and establish an initial baseline. 

    Note: There are two versions of the test: Rapid Druid Test (1-minute) and Benchmark Druid Test (3-minutes). For commercial use, the Rapid Druid Test is recommended and is the default. The default may be changed to the Benchmark Druid Test by request to ISI.

    Review Enterprise System functions

    The Druid Enterprise portal is intuitive with navigation tabs for “Users,” “Reports,” “Test Alerts,” “Schedules,” “User Tags,” and “Data Export.” Your ISI onboarding trainer will review these features with you.  You are encouraged to familiarize yourself with the portal by navigating on your own. 

    Review protocols for evaluating test results

    Before you onboard users and begin testing, it is important to have clear testing protocols and procedures for how to address users’ scores that suggest a high level of impairment. Each organization should adopt protocols that conform to their company’s needs and requirements. Upon request, ISI will consult with organizations to recommend protocols for company managers and employee manuals.


    2.        Set up User Accounts



      1. Install the Druid app on the testing devices

        • Have users download the Druid App from their respective app store.

    1. Determine if a standard for usernames is needed

    If users will be using a username to log in to take tests, it is helpful to have a standard naming convention for usernames, such as an employee ID number or a blend of the company name and a number. This will make it faster and easier for the user to log in. Usernames must be unique and a minimum of eight (8) characters.

    1. Register users in Druid Enterprise

    Click the “Invite User” button on the main “Users” page. You can either invite an individual user to register with “Invite via Email” or “Manually Create Account”. Alternatively, “Upload Users from CSV” is available for multiple account creation. Follow the instructions on the link popup to see the requirements for column names. 

    If you choose “Manually Create Account,” fill in the username (required), email (optional), First Name (optional), Last Name (optional), and password (required)(a minimum of eight (8) characters). 

    3.        Begin Testing and Monitor Results


      1. Invite Users to Take Tests

        • There are several ways test can be taken:

           1) Have the user log in to the app directly with their Druid Enterprise user credentials to take a test

           2) Send an email invite from the user’s personal page

           3) Schedule a test invite from the “Test Schedules” page

        • First-time users will receive a “Welcome” screen. They should proceed to take their first test. Users should carefully follow the instructions.

      2. Establish baseline

        • Follow the prompts to take two more practice tests. After the third practice test, answer the two questions: “Do you believe that you are impaired?” and “Did you give the test your full attention?” 

      3. Check to see that tests are registering in the Druid Enterprise account

        • After the first practice test, the Admin should confirm that the tests have posted in Druid Enterprise. 

      4. Monitor Results

        • Continue to have users take tests on the Druid app according to the organization’s protocols. Admins should regularly review results and monitor reports in Druid Enterprise. 


    B. Account Management

    1. Users

    2. Display - The “Users” page is the default home page for Druid Enterprise. It displays the list of all users in the account. The columns on the “Users” page can be sorted. Which columns to display can be set by clicking the blue “Configure” button and selecting which columns to display.   
    3. Edit Users – Admins can bulk edit users from the “Edit” link on the top left of the page. Select the property to update and enter the content to change. This feature also allows Admins to assign a group of users to a “User Tag” property.

    • Manage Users – In the details column, Admins can act on individual users. These commands can also be executed on the “Users” page by clicking the row of that user.

    1. Reports

      1. Dashboard

    • The “Dashboard” report is a summary of all users assigned to an Admin’s account. It displays “Total Active Users,” “Total Tests Taken,” user’s “Awaiting Account Setup,” and the number of tests over baseline by two measures: Tests ≥ 5.1 to 7.0 over baseline; and Tests ≥ 7.1 over baseline. The Admin can compare lifetime results against any period by selecting the desired time interval in the right window.  
      1. Score Results

    • The “Score Results” report displays user tests in both graphical and tabular format. On the graph, the Y axis presents the Druid scoring scale (25 to 75) and the X axis displays the date interval. Admins can change the date to any interval of their choosing. Hovering over a test marker will show the user’s name, score, deviation from baseline, test type (whether Rapid or Benchmark), mobile device type, and date stamp.    
    • The “Filter Results” function allows Admins to display any subset of all user scores by creating a filter for a selected field. The “OPERATOR” needs to be defined and the “VALUE” set. To reset the display with the selected variables, select the green check mark. 

    • The “Saved Views” function allows Admins to save and easily reproduce filtered results. Click the drop-down list, name the view you wish to save, then click “Save Current View.” Any view saved can be deleted.