Help Centers are designed to be a central hub where you can find important information about our school and get helpful troubleshooting information on common issues. These are topics such as guidelines, policies, and how-tos.
Additionally, the help center is your place to get support through a live chat, phone call, or submitting a request. The Help Center can also help track past and current tickets, so you're always up to date on a ticket's current status.
Using a Help Center can be a great solution because it means you can get help faster and at any time. Great Hearts Online uses a Help Center to help scholars and at-home facilitators bring their school experience into their homes.
The GHO Help Center has many scholar articles that are open to view without signing in. To see certain types of articles, get help, and track your tickets, you will need to sign in to the Help Center using your Google Workspace credentials.
Go to GreatHeartsonline.org/help and click the sign in button at the upper right-hand corner. To sign in to the Help Center, click the sign-in button at the top right corner. A pop-up will appear with two options for signing in. It is important to use the SSO (Single Sign On) option on the left side of this pop-up. After selecting sign in with Google, select or type your credentials into the appreciate fields. Once you are signed in you can see your account indicated in the upper corner of the Help Center.
A common cause for not being able to sign into the Help Center is being logged into other Google accounts. For more information, please see Help Center: Sign In Error for Employees. Please make sure that you are logged out of all other accounts in all tabs, windows, and Chrome profiles. If you are sill experiencing issues signing in to the Help Center, please email TechHelp@GreatHeartsOnline.org to create a ticket and receive assistance.
Getting to the GHO Help Center
The GHO Help Center is always reachable by navigating to GreatHeartsOnline.org/helpcenter in your browser.
The Help Center is also linked in Canvas under the "Help" section of the blue navigation bar on the left-hand side.
Using the GHO Help Center
Within the Help Center, articles are housed and organized. These articles are often interlinked and naturally lead to other relevant articles, similar to a Wiki. For more information, please see Help Center: Searching and Finding Information.
Use search () at the top of any page to search.
If you have a question or are experiencing an issue, the most effective way to find relevant articles is to search keywords in the Help Center to find an article. If your first search doesn't yield any results, try additional searches with alternative keywords.
From the homepage, select different topic buttons.
If you would like to see collections of articles, you are able to see lists of articles organized by topic.
All articles intended for scholars and their learning facilitators are accessible to anyone on the web. If you are unable to open a link to an article, it is most likely because you do not have permission to view it.