2017-01-12 New Bridge Features

Document created by Demi Miles Employee on Jan 13, 2017Last modified by Demi Miles Employee on Jan 13, 2017
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In this production release (January 12), the Admin Dashboard now includes a custom date range filter, completion chart explanation pop-up menu, and device distribution chart. Bug fixes are also included. (Click an image to enlarge screenshot)

 

 

Updated Features

 

 

Admin Dashboard

 

Several updates have been made to improve the Admin Dashboard. Admins and managers have the option to use a custom date range filter for all statistics on the dashboard. Also, a new Chart Explanation pop-up menu helps admins and managers understand the Enrollment Completion Chart. A new Device Distribution chart that shows how learners are viewing Bridge may provide useful insights that can then be used to optimize learning materials based on learner’s device preferences. Additionally, the Account Overview section has been relocated to the bottom of the dashboard and now includes a What’s New section that highlights the number of new content and learners.

 

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Fixed Bugs

 

SCORM Course Settings Message

 

The SCORM toast message has been updated to clarify when a replaced SCORM course’s settings will be reflected in Bridge. Settings for a new SCORM course will only be implemented once the new course is published. Previously, the toast message did not specify when the settings would be updated, which caused confusion when the new settings weren’t reflected on the Course Details page after the course was uploaded to Bridge.

 

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Admin Dashboard on iPad

 

Admins and managers can now interact with the Enrollment Completion Chart to view learner information and send messages from the dashboard while using Bridge on an iPad. Previously, the Enrollment Completion Chart was only responsive to mouse clicks and would not register any taps made from an iPad.

 

 

 


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