Bugs - Website Grammar

Please help us correcting our grammar … in particular the learning portal. The best way to contribute is to reply this post with the following format:

Link: link to the learning episode, just copy your browser URL
From: copy paste the sentence in its original form
To: copy paste the corrected sentence

For example:

Link: 5 minute Introduction | Eramba learning portal
From: At this point you should know if eramba does what you need or not. You might not know what in detail tough.
To: At this point you should know if eramba does what you need or not. You might not know what in detail trough.

Many thanks again for everyone who offered us help!

Link:5 minute Introduction | Eramba learning portal
From: There are some differences tough:
To:There are some differences though:

Link: 5 minute Introduction | Eramba learning portal
From: You will upload from our free library of templates whatever requirement you need to comply with (or create your own), link it with your Controls, Policies, Etc and trough statuses, reviews, audits, notifications, Etc collect the evidence you need to demonstrate compliance (or lack of!) with these requirements.
To: You will upload from our free library of templates whatever requirement you need to comply with (or create your own), link it with your Controls, Policies, Etc and through statuses, reviews, audits, notifications, Etc collect the evidence you need to demonstrate compliance (or lack of!) with these requirements.

Link:5 minute Introduction | Eramba learning portal
From:Trough the use of filters, notifications and statuses you will collect review evidence from people around the organization and complete reviews on time.
To:Through the use of filters, notifications and statuses you will collect review evidence from people around the organization and complete reviews on time.

Link:5 minute Introduction | Eramba learning portal
From: You will describe how and when you will audit them and trough notifications and reports you will never miss an audit.
To: You will describe how and when you will audit them and through notifications and reports you will never miss an audit.

Link:5 minute Introduction | Eramba learning portal
From:You might not know what in detail tough.
To:You might not know what in detail though.

Link:5 minute Introduction | Eramba learning portal
From: If you are decided for eramba (community or enterprise), is time to learn the gritty details:
To:If you have decided on eramba (community or enterprise), is time to learn the gritty details:

Link:5 minute Introduction | Eramba learning portal
From: Is likely you will need other courses such as Filters, Reports, Dynamic Status, Notifications, Etc so please also complete those.
To: It is likely you will need other courses such as Filters, Reports, Dynamic Status, Notifications, Etc so please also complete those.

Link:5 minute Introduction | Eramba learning portal
From: The curricula mentioned above will take you no more than one or two.
To: The curricula mentioned above will take you no more than one or two days.

Link: Access Management - Basic Concepts
From: You can create user accounts in three ways: Nne by one
To: You can create user accounts in three ways: One by one

Link: Access Management - Creating groups and adjusting permissions
From: Unless you are testing REST APIs this tootle can remain off.
To: Unless you are testing REST APIs this toggle can remain off.
That’s a funny one :slight_smile:

Link: Access Management - Configuring Authentication
From: when created have the “Local Account” toogle enabled.
To: when created have the “Local Account” toggle enabled.

Link: Documentation | Eramba learning portal
From: In terms of the courses the GRC people that plans using eramba must complete, you will find below a guide for each mayor use case.
To: GRC people that plan on using eramba will benefit from completing these courses. Below you will find a guide for each major use case.

Link: Documentation | Eramba learning portal
From: By now you should have a pretty good idea on how the modules work and how are implemented,
To: By now you should have a pretty good idea on how the modules work and how they are implemented,

Link: Documentation | Eramba learning portal
From: By now you should have a pretty good idea on how the modules work and how are implemented,
To: By now you should have a pretty good idea on how the modules work and how they are implemented,
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Link: Documentation | Eramba learning portal
From: If you have in mind doing integrations:
To: If you are thinking of doing integrations with other systems:
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Link: Documentation | Eramba learning portal
From: Note: These courses are used in any module in eramba, so is really worth completing them.
To: Note: These courses are used in all modules in eramba, so it is really worth completing them.
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Link: Documentation | Eramba learning portal
From: The Account Review module is a stand alone module. It will require software produced by your company in order to pick accounts from remote systems and store them as CSV files in a file system eramba can read.
To: The Account Review module is a stand alone module. This process requires that you create a list of accounts from the system to be reviewed and store them as CSV files in a file system eramba can read.

Link: Documentation | Eramba learning portal
From: Use Case: Incident Management The Account Review module is a stand alone module,
To: Use Case: Incident Management The Incident Management module is a stand alone module,

Link: Documentation | Eramba learning portal
From: The Exception Management module is a stand alone module, we recommend you go trough the following courses in the order described:
To: The Exception Management module is a stand alone module, we recommend you go through the following courses in the order described:

Link: Documentation | Eramba learning portal
From: Note: the Incident Management modules has optional links to the following courses:
To: Note: the Incident Management module has optional links to the following courses:

Link: Documentation | Eramba learning portal
From: Note: the Exception Management modules has optional links to the following courses:
To: Note: the Exception Management module has optional links to the following courses:

Link: Documentation | Eramba learning portal
From: While the Internal Control, Policies, Projects, Exception, Incident, Etc modules can be implemented as stand-alone, meaning they wont talk to other modules, is not really the way eramba is meant to do GRC
To: While the Internal Control, Policies, Projects, Exception, Incident, etc. modules can be implemented as stand-alone, meaning they wont talk to other modules, it is not really the way eramba is meant to do GRC

Link: Documentation | Eramba learning portal
From: You will need to review in addition the common features courses:
To: In addition you will need to review the common features courses:

Link: link to the learning episode, just copy your browser URL
From: The Online Assessment module is a stand alone module, we recommend you go trough the following courses in the order described:
To: The Online Assessment module is a stand alone module, we recommend you go through the following courses in the order described:

Link: Access Management | Eramba learning portal
From: Nne by one
To: One by one

Link: Access Management | Eramba learning portal
From: LDAP Syncronization
To: LDAP Synchronization

Link: Access Management | Eramba learning portal
From: If you do not want to wait you have two options, “Force” will run the syncronization process inmediately and and “Symulate” will only show what the Sync would do if it would actually run, no accounts will created, deleted, etc.
To: If you do not want to wait you have two options, “Force” will run the synchronization process immediately and and “Simulate” will only show what the Sync would do if it would actually run, no accounts will created, deleted, etc.

Link: Access Management | Eramba learning portal
From: you can also use Filters to search trough the logs.
To: you can also use Filters to search through the logs.

Link: Access Management | Eramba learning portal
From: you do not really need accounts for everyone unitl the very end
To: you do not really need accounts for everyone until the very end