As an account admin I can export a Bridge course and import a Bridge course.
Even though we haven't advertised it broadly, you are able to import a course. If you'd like help getting a course exported, our support team can help you. This is a great idea for native functionality, however!
Thanks Ike - Need the ability to export the course to close the loop. Otherwise we are still going to support to acquire the export and might as well just have them import it also.
Yeah, to help to prioritize this in our thinking, what is your use case for import/export?
2 main use cases with item 1 being our main requirement right now:
See support ticket #31768 for further information on use case 1.
We have multiple authors who assist in creation of course content for specific brands they cover. In some cases, the clients they work for would like to approve the completed course content prior to our release to the learners. I would like to be able to export a course once created to send for client approval, so that we don't have to allow access for multiple clients into the sandbox. Also, if the only way to currently do the exports is with assistance from the support team, I don't want to take up so much of their time.
We deal with 9+ languages in our environment and would love to have an export to Word feature of the bridge authored courses, so that we can send the source files off to translation services and then import them for the learners in their language once translation is complete.
We would love this for our archive records to easily review and ensure content is up-to-date and ensure accuracy of grammar and spelling with an external tool that doesn't work at full capacity in Bridge.
My company is folding Bridge into multiple levels within all departments. If first they were focused on one specific department. We currently have over a 100 courses and adding more rapidly. We would love an export function for archival purposes and also for the ability for us to have a PDF version of the inline content build with the tool. Hopefully this continue to generate a buzz so we can get it on Product's backlog.
Exporting a course in the form of a PDF or other easily readable version is important for accessibility requests. It's also important in tracking versioning, if SCORM format isn't being used.
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