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Getting started with the Kami License Dashboard
Getting started with the Kami License Dashboard

This article will give you a rough overview of the license dashboard

Updated over a week ago

The Kami License Dashboard is packed with information and different settings. This article is here to guide you through the page.

Getting to your Kami License Dashboard

First off, how to locate your License Dashboard. You can locate the option to go to your License Dashboard under your initials in Kami or by going to

Administering a license

Once you are at your license dashboard, you will be presented with the following screen. The numbered areas in the screenshot below are the most notable ones.

  1. The Domains page will give you a list of domains that you are set as a Domain admin. This admin role is separate from being a License Admin. At most times, you don't have to be a Doman admin or even need to do anything on this page. If you cannot see your domain here and you need to be a Domain Admin, please email your Sales contact or to inquire.

  2. The Learning Management Systems dropdown menu will give you choices between our three current integrated learning management systems.

    1. The Google Classroom page simply gives you Class Snapshot, which allows you to copy an existing classwork and preserve any Kami Assignment created in it because copying a Kami assignment by normal means will not work.

    2. The Canvas page allows you to do an automatic setup for your Canvas LTI or generate your LTI key and Shared Secret for you to set up a manual installation of the Canvas LTI.

  3. The Administer License button takes you to that license's License page, where you view information about the license, deploy the license, and manage users. This is the most important page for you to know as a License admin.

License information

The top area will present you with this information about the license you are administering.

  1. Type refers to the license type. It can either be a teacher, a school, or a district for an education type. It can also be a Pro or a Work for a non-education type.

  2. Licensed Seats refers to the amount of user seats purchased for this license.

  3. Total Users Count refers to the amount of users signed up for this license.

  4. Active users have two sub-sections, they both refer to the number of users that have used Kami since a certain date, most recently.

  5. Validity refers to your purchase date and your expiry date on the license.

  6. Email Domain will be empty if you do not have a Domain-wide deployment active on the license. If you do have a Domain-wide deployment active your domains that have been deployed will show up here.

  7. License Key this is where you can locate your license key particular to this license. This area is mostly used for Teacher-type licenses for deployment but should always be the last resort for deployment.

User management

Scrolling down from the first section is a section for adding and removing users.

  1. Add User to License by email, this allows you to quickly add a missed user to your license. If you are adding more than one user in this area make sure to separate them line by line or by comma.

  2. Add/Remove Users to License using CSV, this section allows you to add users or remove them using a list of emails of potential or current users. There is a sample CSV file available for download if you don't know how to create one.

  3. Deploy License to Google Workspace Organization Unit, this area is designated for Google Workspace Admins, it allows you to deploy your Google OU to this license. In the screenshot above you can see what it looks like when its already deployed, if you haven't deployed it yet you can find the deployment button in this section.

License usage

In this section, you can see multiple data sources for this particular license. In the search bar at the top, you have the option to adjust the graph below, one common filter option is Active User Count give it a try.

User list

The last section of the Administer License area is a list of current users on the license. You can use the filter area to modify your search options, for example, if you are looking for a specific user called Thomas, type %Thomas% and enter to locate them. You can also search by segmentation, if you are only looking for teachers or students you can set that in the filter.

If you need further assistance, don't hesitate to get in touch with us at or book some training with one of our Teacher Success Champions here:

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