The Acceptable Use Policy engine supports most HTML formatting by changing the actual symbol you use to open and close the tag with. 



Step 1:


Format your Acceptable Use Policy text with an HTML Editor


For Example: AUP Text formatted with HTML



<h3>Extract from SWGfL Online Safety School / Academy Template Policies</h3>

<h1>Student / Pupil Acceptable Use Agreement Template – for older students / pupils</h1>

<p> <br />
Sections that include advice or guidance are written in BLUE. It is anticipated that schools will remove these sections from their final AUP document. Schools should review and amend the contents of this AUA to ensure that it is consistent with their Online Safety Policy and other relevant school policies. Due to the number of optional statements and the advice / guidance sections included in this template, it is anticipated that the final AU Agreement will be more concise. Schools / academies will need to decide on the suitability of the statements / language used and may wish to amend these in light of the age / abilities of the students / pupils.</p>



Step 2:


Use a text editor with a find/replace function to change the symbols 


  1. Find all instances of < and replace with [
  2. Find all instances of > and replace with ]


Your AUP Text should look like this after performing above steps.


[h3]Extract from SWGfL Online Safety School / Academy Template Policies[/h3]

[h1]Student / Pupil Acceptable Use Agreement Template – for older students / pupils[/h1]

[p]Sections that include advice or guidance are written in BLUE. It is anticipated that schools will remove these sections from their final AUP document. Schools should review and amend the contents of this AUA to ensure that it is consistent with their Online Safety Policy and other relevant school policies. Due to the number of optional statements and the advice / guidance sections included in this template, it is anticipated that the final AU Agreement will be more concise. Schools / academies will need to decide on the suitability of the statements / language used and may wish to amend these in light of the age / abilities of the students / pupils.[/p]


 

Step 3:


Copy and paste into your Acceptable Use Policy within the senso.cloud portal and click Confirm.