How do I manage SIS imports for an account in Gauge?
You can create and view SIS imports for your Gauge account. SIS imports are created by uploading CSV files compressed into a single ZIP file. When uploading files, you can select an incremental update or a full batch update. Incremental updates will add new data contained in the CSV files. Batch updates will update user data in Gauge to match the data in the CSV files exactly. All data that is not included in the CSV files will be deleted.
Open Gauge Navigation Menu
To open the Gauge Navigation Menu, click the Menu icon.
Open Settings Page
Click the SIS Imports link.
View SIS Imports Page
View the SIS Imports page.
Each import includes the import name that can be clicked and downloaded , type , and status .
Note: The SIS Imports page will list the last 50 SIS imports for your account.
Import ZIP File
To upload a SIS import file, click the Import File button. SIS import files must be a ZIP file that includes at least one supported CSV file.
To upload a file, drag and drop the file  or select a file by clicking the Add icon .
Select Upload Settings
To create an incremental upload, click the Incremental option . Incremental updates will only add new data contained in the CSV files.
To create a full batch update, click the Full Batch Update option . Batch updates will update user data in Gauge to match the data in the CSV files exactly. All data that is not included in the CSV files will be deleted.
View SIS Import
View your SIS import .
If your import status displays as queued , your import is processing and you will be unable to view the import summary and download log.
If your import status displays as processed , your import is finished and the import summary and download log will be available to view.
Open Import Summary
To view the import summary, click the Show Summary button.
View Import Summary
View the import summary. The summary includes the users, course sections, and enrollments that have been created  or updated  in the import. It also includes the active  and total  number of users, course sections, and enrollments.