2018-01-11 New Bridge Learn Features

Document created by Demi Kureghian (Miles) Employee on Jan 12, 2018Last modified by Demi Kureghian (Miles) Employee on Jan 12, 2018
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In this Bridge Learn release (January 11), sub account authors can modify the number of continuing education credits for a course shared from a parent account. Several bug fixes are also included. (Click an image to enlarge screenshot)



Updated Features


Continuing Education Credits in Sub Accounts

Authors can enable, disable, and modify continuing education credits for a course shared from the parent account. Continuing education credits set for the course in the parent account are unaffected when a sub account author modifies the continuing education credits in the sub account.


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Fixed Bugs


Live Training Titles

Live training titles are only split between words when needing to use more than one line to show the entire title. Previously, long titles would split the text by adding a line break in the middle of a word.


Initial Masquerade Permissions

Users masquerading as someone with greater permission access do not inherit additional permissions. Previously, the user masquerading as another user who has greater permission access was also granted these additional permissions during the first masquerade session.


Updated Sessions in My Learning Page

Learners enrolled in a live training view newly created future sessions in the My Learning page. Previously, learners enrolled in a live training without future sessions were unable to see any future sessions that were created after being enrolled.


Resetting Completed SCORM Enrollments

Enrollments for learners who are manually marked complete in a SCORM course can be reset. Previously, if a learner started a course and had their enrollment manually marked complete, their course progress could not be reset.


Sorting Two-Part Surnames

Two-part surnames are alphabetized according to the first character in the first part of the surname. For example, the surname De Luca will appear before the surname Van Buren when sorting lists of learners alphabetically. Previously, only the second part of two-part surnames were considered when alphabetizing, which would have caused Van Buren to appear before De Luca in sortable lists.



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