We have used the "send Enrollment Key" actions in previous versions.
In self-registration, after confirming a student's email address, the system would send another email with the Course Enrollment Key so they could access the course.
What would be the purpose of "self-enrollment" if the instructor needs to intervene and send the Key?
How can this be a viable method if the course will have literally hundreds of self-enrolled students?
Hardly makes "instant enrollment" a non-starter if the instructor must manually send an email with the key to everyone that signs up.
This method was not the normal process in the past.
What is interesting, is ...
If the Enrollment Key is typed into the box, the system DOES IN FACT send the Enrollment Key email -- AFTER the key is typed in, which makes no logical sense whatsoever.
This is a cart before the horse put method. That email should go out immediately upon executing the email account verification email, not AFTER course key is put into the user's account.
Anyone clear this up for us?