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LMS Roadmap: New Manager Workflow
12/31/2018 - Posted by
LatitudeLearning released a new My Team page, on 12/9/18, as the first step in creating a new manager workflow. It provides an at-a-glance look at your team, and their progress on goals assigned. If the team member is past due on a goal, their status will show up red.
LMS Roadmap: New Manager Workflow
11/27/2018 - Posted by
LatitudeLearning is creating a new manager workflow on the Angular platform, to replace the legacy ASPX2 pages. The first release will go live 12/9/18 with a new “My Team” page on the Angular platform to replace the legacy ASPX2 page (/hr/user/my_employees2.aspx). This new page will provide an employee list based on the logged in user’s Organizational and Reporting Hierarchy oversight across all active profiles. It will include training summary graphs, navigation tabs, user filters, and a results list with user detail and action buttons.
LMS Roadmap: Course Goals
10/29/2018 - Posted by
LatitudeLearning is proud to announce the release of Course Goals, the final piece to solving any training goal puzzle. Starting October 29th, training managers will have the ability to assign and track a user’s Course Goals, in addition to their Certification and Curriculum goals. By enhancing key LatitudeLearning tools, we created a new engine for prescriptive training assignment, a flexible tool for promoting courses, and an easy one-step process for people to define their own training goals. Our long-standing course “Due Date” functionality was also improved to trigger automatic Course Goal assignment. Students who enroll in a course with configured Due Date will find it listed on both their Courses To Complete and My Goals pages, making it simple to track and report on progress. Goals are displayed with Due Date, Status, and Details that create next-step paths to success. Create a new Report or check the Goals page to watch your team’s to-do list move from Assigned to Achieved!
LMS Roadmap: New Goals Page, New My Training Goals Page, Summary Reports and Counters on Navigation Page
9/24/2018 - Posted by
Recent Product Enhancement - New Goals Page, My Goals Page, Summary Reports, and Counters added to Navigation page
In the latest release, we released four new features in the LMS. The first was the New Goals page, which is a new responsive page, that presents graphical summary information at the top of the page. The new Goals page displays certification goals assigned to the user’s subordinates, as scope by the user's organization and management structures. To ensure page load performance, the default view is filtered to show employee goals assigned in the past year at admin's logged-in location. A graphical representation of the status of the goals is displayed, Achieved vs. Assigned.
LMS Roadmap: Auto-Assign Goals
8/27/2018 - Posted by
Auto-Assign Course goals was recently released on August 5th. We have reengineered the Goal Transitions to an Automated Goal Assignment functionality, so that administrators can easily see all of the automated goal assignments. We modified the current assignments so it is made by Audience rather than the current Training Program, Position Group, or Certification/Curriculum. We also enabled administrators the ability to specify when the automated goal assignment is run (daily, weekly, monthly, and on demand). The Goal Rules feature provides Portal Administrators a new way to automatically assign learners their certification goals based on any combination of user profile attributes or training status.
LMS Roadmap: Favorite Tools, German Translations & Minor Enhancements
6/26/2018 - Posted by
The next release will be on 6/24. Included in this release, will be Favorite Tools, German Translations and a few minor enhancements.
Favorite Tools, is a tool for Administrators to use, to maintain their more often used tools on the Administration page in the LMS.
Every function normally available to the admin on the left hand side of the page will appear in the “hidden” column. Simply drag and drop the box from the left column to the right, for it to display on the Favorite Tools page. You must click “Save” at the bottom of the page, before navigating away.
LMS Roadmap: Report Scheduling & Minor Enhancements
5/22/2018 - Posted by
The next release will be on 5/29, after the Memorial Day holiday. Included in that release, will be Report Scheduling, Self-Study Course Content, a streaming MP4 Video Player, and more minor enhancements.
LMS Roadmap: A variety of minor enhancements to strengthen your LMS experience
4/23/2018 - Posted by
Here is a rundown of activities regarding LatitudeLearning. The latest release included some minor enhancements to improve usability and security of the system. The username field was changed to a type-ahead “user” field, that when utilized searches on First Name, Last Name and Username.
Another enhancement was made to improve security. When resetting a user’s password, they will receive two separate emails, so that their username and password are not in the same email.
By the end of April, there will be new options for setting the login landing page, and the home page. Every available icon on the Navigation page, will be an option.
LMS Roadmap: Minor enhancements to make a big difference
3/25/2018 - Posted by
The latest release included some minor enhancements to improve security, and usability in the system. The first enhancement was to remove the password from the LMS verification email that is sent when a person signs up for a free LMS. The user is now sent their username, without the password in the email, to improve security.
Another enhancement was made to enable the branding flag on the LMS Information page, to give the administrator the ability to turn branding on or off for their portal.
LMS Roadmap: Navigation Editor
2/26/2018 - Posted by
We have recently released a Navigation Editor that allows you to pick and choose which icons you’d like to display/hide, and what order they appear on the Navigation page. Administrators can click on the Administrator icon
and then go to the Site Management link, and then the Edit Navigation Page. This will take you to the Navigation Editor.
To use the Editor, you simply drag and drop the icons from one column to the other, or up and down the column for the order you would like to see them in. Then you click the “save” button at the bottom of the page. Once you do this, your changes will be reflected immediately on the navigation page.
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