I want the option in the Program Settings to enroll completed learners in new steps (courses), which I have added to a program. Currently, Bridge will only assign the new steps to learners that have not completed the program.
This is critical for Learners enrolled in a program to be able to get notifications and see any new courses added to a Program. We will constantly be adding and updating courses within a program and we will need all enrolled Learners to be able to see those even if they have completed the rest of the courses.
This is a great idea. We don't have this formally on our roadmap for 2017 but it's something that we'd love to tackle if we can lump it in with another project or if we complete one early. I'll keep this thread up to date with any news on this idea!
As we continue to produce new content, it is essential that we can expose it to all learners. We use programs as a form of topic-subscription. I expect a learner to enroll in programs about topics that impact their job or department and without this feature we can't deliver new content to our proactive learners.
Ike Bennion We would like to do this as well. I've held off on doing topic specific programs only because of the current limitations with updates. It would be greatly beneficial if this could be added!
+1 for this idea. We constantly update and add courses to our existing programs, and having to un-enroll and re-enroll everyone just so they can see the new content is time-consuming.
It would be absolutely necessary that it is an option available in settings.
Having this ability is critical for us as we receive new courses which need to be added to existing programs quite frequently.
Much needed -- +1, please!!
Ideally, the Admin could choose to:
This is very important for us. We are still building out our programs, but we don't want to wait to enroll learners until the program is complete, we want them to start working on it now.
This idea is reiterated in the Bridge Studio here: Dynamic Program Functionality - Add Courses over time
Tasha Thank You for calling the duplicate idea to our attention!
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