This guide presumes that the Wonde Google Sync has been added to the school via the Partner Hub.

Wonde Google Sync's primary purpose is to match the user profiles Wonde holds data on from a school's MIS database, in order to then carry out the provisioning of new users if required and also carry out any other actions you have directed the tool to do so.
The guide below will help you to achieve this in the initial setup of Wonde Google Sync.

Logging in

Navigate to edu.wonde.com

Find your school and select it or select from the 'Previously selected school' section should this be the school you desire to login to.

Enter your login credentials and login or send yourself a magic link to your mailbox. (You will not be able to use a password to login until you add the option in your account settings, once logged in.)

If you are using a magic link, then enter the code in the page that will have loaded on the browser having clicked send magic link and having obtained the code from the email in your mailbox (Subject line: Login to Wonde), alternatively click Sign into Wonde on the email above the code.

Approving access to school MIS data for Wonde Google Sync

Go to the Wonde dashboard.

Click on the Google Sync pending approval. You will brought to the settings page for Google Sync - Now, either click the blue bar at the top on this page or the 'Permissions' tile.

Review the permissions on the dropdowns. These permissions denote the data access that Wonde will require for the purposes of the Google Sync tool. Click Approve access in the top right hand corner when you are happy with the permissions. (At this stage you'll be presented with links to Wonde's Data handling agreement, Terms and conditions and Privacy policy.) Click Approve access again.

Return to the Dashboard again to prepare for the next steps (You'll notice that the Google Sync tile no longer displays 'Pending approval').


Completing the Google Sync setup wizard

Hover over the Google Sync tile and click Launch (Click Settings to return to the permissions and other administrative options), This will open Wonde Google Sync in a new tab.

You will be presented with the 3 step setup wizard

The first step of this wizard it login to Google with a Super Admin user (failure to use a super admin account here can result in an error being displayed as certain API permissions may not be available to your user) and grant access to the required Google APIs.

Having successfully approved access to the Google APIs you will be brought to the second step of three on the wizard, Settings. You will have access to these settings in the main UI but as part of the initial setup it would be best practice to make sure you get these settings correct as you will be running the sync later on if you follow this guide.

There is another article in this section detailing all of the settings on this page. Once you are happy with the settings you have made in this section and bearing in mind that what you do here will be actioned upon should you run a sync, click Next step athe bottom of the page.

You'll then be brought onto the third and final step which is Matching. Again there is another article in this section shedding more detail on matching users.
Bear in mind here that matching users correctly here will avoid data being duplicated into Google from the school's MIS.

Once you are happy with the user matches that you have made in this section, click Match at the bottom of the page.

This will lead you on to the main user interface where, if you are comfortable with all of your settings and users being matched you can click Calculate MIS sync summary.

Providing that everything looks as you would like it to be in the sync summary, click Run sync and wait for all of the actions to be completed in the Sync.

You will see the actions from the summary be undertaken on the sync page.

That concludes this guide on the initial setup of the Wonde Google Sync but please be sure to read the articles in this section on user Matching, Settings and Manual actions.

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