Create an risk assessment using the Risk Assessment Designer Use the Risk Assessment Designer to create and edit metric types, use different metric types for different risks, select multiple respondents for a risk assessment, as well as change scoring parameters. Before you beginRole required: sn_risk.attest_creator, sn_risk.manager, sn_risk.administrator Procedure Navigate to Risk > Administration > Assessment Types. Click Risk Assessment Designer. The designer contains the following elements: Element Description Controls Controls for the supported question data types are available in the Controls palette. Drag a control onto the designer canvas to create a question of that type. Header bar The header bar contains tabs that display different views and a menu of various functions. The availability of each option depends on the status of the assessment that is opened in the designer. Design canvas New assessment open in the Design view. The assessment Name field appears above the first category in the canvas. A blank question field appears in the category container. Enter a name in the Name field. Drag a control onto the designer canvas to create a question of that type. Table 1. Question controls Data type Description Scored Attachment Question with a Manage Attachments icon that allows users to attach one or more files. Y Boolean Question with a check box or a Yes/No list for user responses. Choice List of predefined options. For more information, see the definition for Choices. Y Date Date field. N Date/Time Date and time field. N Number Number field with predefined minimum and maximum values. The default is 1-10. N Percentage Percentage field with a prescribed range. N Scale Predefined Likert scale. Answer options appear as radio buttons. Y Numeric Scale Selectable number scale. The default is 1-5. Answer options appear as radio buttons. Y String Single or multi-line text field. N Template Choice list of templates that provide a predefined scale of options. Y Reference Choice list of fields from a specified reference table. This data type does not support reference qualifiers. Image Scale Multiple Selection Ranking Note: Set the correct answer for the metric that you want to be scored. Scored metrics determine the compliance status of the risk. Click one of the following tabs to change the view in the canvas: OptionDescription Design Add categories and questions, and configure the properties of each. This is the default view of the canvas when you open the designer. Configuration Create introductions and end notes for attestations, and select a signature. Availability Select the recipients for each category in the attestation. Point to the menu icon in the upper right of the designer to select one of the following options: Note: The availability of each option depends on the status of the assessment that is opened in the designer. OptionDescription Save Save the current assessment. Preview Display a preview to the selected recipients. Publish Distributes the assessment to the selected recipients. Save and Publish Saves and distributes the assessment in one step. New Attestation Opens a fresh canvas for a new assessment. Load Attestation Opens a list of existing assessment that you can select and edit. Unlike other types of assessments, risk assessments do not appear in the Self-Service > My assessments & surveys module, because hundreds of control attestations could be generated at once. Instead,risk assessments are shown as a list in the Risk > Risk Register > My Assessments and Risk > Risk Register > All Assessments module. Risk assessment designerThe risk assessment designer provides a single interface that users can use to create, edit, and distribute assessment, as well as change scoring parameters.