We know that our learners love to share their achievements with their social networks and therefore we’re introducing a new digital badge, which can be easily shared across your social platforms, as well as with colleagues and employers.
Our digital badge is created based on the Open Badge specifications (and complies with the v2.0 standard)

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Prepare your Backpack

If you’ve earned a Record of Achievement, then your digital badge comes along with it and can be found on your certificates page. You can download the badge to your computer and upload it to a badge backpack of your choice, such as badgr or Open Badge Passport.

Badge Sample

Share Open Badge

You can easily share the open badge directly from openSAP via the share open badge buttons.
This includes Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and mail.

Note: When you share your badge on social media or via e-mail, the badge includes a verification link which your followers can access. Once they click this link, they will arrive at your verification page (see example page here). This page will include your user information, with your name, the date of issue of the badge, and your results.

Adding Your Course Certificate to Your LinkedIn Profile

  • The easiest way to add an openSAP course certificate to your LinkedIn profile is that you go the openSAP page where your respective course certificates and the digital badge are offered for download (via your respective course > Progress > Digital Badge).
  • From there click the button "ln Add to Profile" Add to Profile
  • This will open a pre-filled LinkedIn form with the course and certificate data
  • Finally mark the checkbox "This credential does not expire" and click "Save" enter image description here
  • That is it, you have added your course certificate to your linkedIn profile

Manual maintenance of the LinkedIn form

In case you have a need to add a certificate manually to LinkedIn, here are the steps:

  • Log-in to your LinkedIn Account
  • Go to your profile
  • Scroll down to the section "Licenses & Certification" and press the “+” to add your certificate AddCredential

In the form maintain the following data:

  • Certificate name: Name of the openSAP course
  • Issuing Organization: "SAP"
  • Select "This credential does not expire"
  • Dates: Month and Year when your record of achievement was issued
  • Credential ID: "openSAP"
  • Credential URL: Insert the "Verify online" link (you find it at the bottom of your record of achievement)

Click Save.

You can find an example on how to fill in this form in this screenshot. FormAddCredential

This page was last changed at Thu, 06 May 2021 13:57:29 +0000.