Account admins and IT admins can manage integrated apps in Bridge accounts. Integrated apps include Slack, Studio, Vimeo, YouTube, Dropbox, and LinkedIn Learning.
• Some features may be restricted based on permissions for your user role.
Open Admin Menu
In the Global Navigation menu, click the Admin icon. Then, click the General menu option.
In the General menu, select Account Settings.
Note: The Global Navigation menu may differ based on what is enabled in your account
You can enable or disable apps for your account. To enable or disable an app for your account, click the toggle button by the app’s name . Available Bridge apps include Slack , Studio , Vimeo , YouTube , Dropbox , and LinkedIn Learning .
If you need more help with setting up and configuring an app, please contact your Customer Success Manager.
You can enable real-time notifications through Slack. After clicking the toggle button, click the Add to Slack button.
If you have access to more than one Slack team, you will be shown a list of teams available for integration. Select the team you would like to use.
Click the Authorize button to finish the setup process.
After the setup process has been completed, members of your Slack team will start receiving notifications for various events in Bridge. You can manage the Slack notifications on the Manage Notifications page.
View Slack Notification Messages
|Listed below are the different notification messages that learners may receive and the corresponding actions that will prompt each notification.|
A learner replies to one of your comments.
[username - with link to user in slack] replied to your comment in [course name | link to course in Bridge with comment]. Keep the discussion going!
You’re enrolled in a course.
You have been enrolled in [course name | link to course in Bridge]. The course is due on [due date] [Add it to my calendar | link to calendar invitation file]
You complete a course.
Good job, you completed [course name | link to course in Bridge]. I’m proud of you.
You’re added to a live training.
You’ve been invited to a live training. There are [# of sessions available] sessions you can register for. The first one is on [date of first session]. [Register for one | link to sessions registration page]
Live Course Registration|
You register for a live training session.
You’re all registered for [name of live training | link to live training in Bridge]. [Add it to my calendar | link to calendar invite file]
A session you were in gets canceled.
Looks like the session of [live training name | link to live training in Bridge] has been cancelled. Don’t worry, there are [other sessions | link to sessions registration page] you can register for.
You miss a session and remaining sessions are available.
Looks like you missed your session of [live training name]. You can register for [other sessions | link to sessions page] or let [the instructor | link to slack user] know that you should have been marked attended.
No Sessions Available|
You miss a session and no remaining sessions are available.
Looks like you missed your session of [live training name]. There aren’t any more sessions for this course, but let [the instructor | link to slack user] know you’re interested in future sessions.
You’ve been assigned a survey.
You’ve been invited to participate in a survey: [survey name | link to survey]. Feedback FTW!
Live Training - 15 Minute Warning|
You have a session starting in 15 minutes.
The wait is over, [live training name | link to live training in Bridge] starts in 15 minutes! Your session will be held here: [location of session]. You can also [reschedule | link to sessions registration page], if you need to.
Studio is the next-generation online video platform that unmutes learning by turning one‑way, passive video into inclusive, productive discussion. You can use Studio in the editor to add media to Bridge courses.
To edit the Studio app, click the Edit link.
In the subdomain field, enter your Studio subdomain account . In the Key field, enter your Studio key . In the Secret field, enter your Studio secret . Click the Save button .
Vimeo is a video-sharing platform that allows users to upload, watch, and share videos. You can add Vimeo to Bridge courses by adding media files in a slide.
YouTube is a video-sharing platform that allows users to upload, watch, and share videos. You can add YouTube to Bridge courses by adding media files in a slide.
To edit the YouTube app, click the Edit link.
If you add a channel ID , it limits results of YouTube searches to the channel. This ID can be found in the channel’s URL. Click the Save button .
Dropbox is a file storage and sharing platform. Dropbox allows users to select and link to files within the editor. You can add Dropbox to Bridge courses by adding media files in a slide.