We gave the Analytics page a facelift and consolidated four analytics reports (SCORM, Virtual Events, Assignment Submissions, and Credentials) to enable easy access to data across the entire school.
Our brand new OnboardIQ integration enables you to deliver course content seamlessly within an applicant flow. Connect OnboardIQ Learning stages to SchoolKeep courses to automatically enroll learners into a course upon reaching a stage in OnboardIQ, and automatically advance learners to the next stage after completing a course. This new streamlined integration enables setup directly within OnboardIQ’s platform.
After re-sending an invitation to a specific person either from the People Center or from the Delivery Log, the table will no longer refresh, but will simply give you visual feedback of success, ensuring that any searches or filters are not lost.
Add additional information to the Delivered status on the Delivery Log to better understand the status of an email notification.
Enable Learners to re-subscribe themselves to your School from My Profile.
Restrict a Manager’s ability to delete a Quiz to only when it is their own Quiz and is not used in any other Manager’s Courses.
Occasionally Learners attempt to reset their password from the Admin side of the Platform. When this happens, Learners will now be prompted to visit their School Website directly to manage their password instead of receiving a message that their email is not found.
When a Manager doesn’t have access to manage any existing Courses or Groups, but has the permissions to add their own Courses or Groups to the school, the Manager will have the opportunity to add new content to the school.
Users were previously unable to delete courses that were linked with OnboardIQ labels in the OnboardIQ v1.0 integration. Linked Courses can now be deleted.
The header Image for Credential Awarded email and Discussion Reply email were displaying larger than image for the other School emails.
Ensure CSRF protection for Learners managing their Profile.
When utilizing the Salesforce App and Open Access authentication type, when a Learner joined the school and was added to the Default Group, a duplicate enrollment was being sent to Salesforce.
Admins on School using Custom Domain and Preregistration authentication type were unable to log in on their School Website. This only affected Admins, and did not affect Learners.
Managers were unable to delete Learners, even if they had the appropriate level of permissions.
When managing a Learner’s permissions, the lists of Courses and Groups that the Learner has access to did not always populate.
When a Manager had access to Groups but not courses, they were unable to log in and saw error page.